Delhi Govt’s third wave action plan to fight COVID-19: All you need to know

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Delhi government third wave action plan for covid-19 – India is recording fresh COVID-19 cases and the jump in the number of COVID-19 cases has been massive. Delhi recorded a 50% jump in the number of COVID-19 cases that were recorded yesterday. Amid the ongoing surge in the number of COVID-19 cases and the Omicron alert, the Delhi government has imposed a yellow alert in the National Capital. Several other states have also imposed night curfew and many other such restrictions in order to contain the spread of the new variant of Coronavirus, that is, Omicron. Omicron is much more transmissible as compared to the other variants of Coronavirus and the number of cases is at a rampant speed.delhi government third wave action plan for covid-19

Delhi government third wave action plan for covid-19

A yellow alert or level 1 alert has been imposed in Delhi in order to curb the spread of the virus. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has also mentioned that many more curbs are likely to be in place if the number of COVID-19 cases does not come down. Delhi government’s graded action plan to combat the third wave of coronavirus has been put in place.

Here is a list of all the levels and what services and activities are allowed under these levels-

1-Yellow

Yellow level also known as Level 1 is the first level of alert imposed by the Delhi government. In the yellow alert, the positivity rate of cases is more than 0.5%  and a total of 1.500 cases are recorded over a period of 7 consecutive days. Below is the list of activities that are allowed and not allowed in the yellow alert-

  • Construction, industries (production and manufacturing units) are allowed to operate.
  • Shops delivering essential items are allowed to operate, whereas shops delivering non-essential goods and services can operate on an odd-even basis and are allowed to operate from 10 AM to 8 PM. This includes malls as well.
  • Only one weekly market is allowed to function in each zone with 50% of vendors
  • Govt and private offices can continue to operate with 50% of attendance.
  • The number of people attending a marriage, funeral gatherings has been reduced to 20 people. Religious places can remain open but not for visitors, any other gathering is prohibited. Educational institutes also to remain close.
  • Delivery via e-commerce can continue.
  • Sports complexes, stadiums, swimming pools to remain close for the general public. Public parks and gardens are allowed for running and jogging but no picnics are allowed.
  • Bars and restaurants can operate with 50% seating capacity in the given hours.
  • Hotels and lodges can continue to operate but no banquets and conferences can be held
  • Cinema halls, theatres, multiplexes, gymnasium, auditoriums, yoga centre, entertainments parks all will remain closed. However, outside Yoga is allowed
  • Delhi Metro can operate at 50% capacity and no standing passenger will be allowed. Intra-state buses that are in the exempted category can function with 50% of seating capacity and no standing passengers are allowed. Autos and cabs can have a maximum of 2 passengers.
  • Night curfew from 10 PM to 5 AM and no weekend curfew.

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Delhi government third wave action plan for covid-19

2-Amber 

Amber alert or  Level 2 alert has a positivity rate above 1% and as many as 3,500 new COVID cases are being recorded. Below is the list of activities that are allowed if an amber alert is issued by the government:

  • Construction and industries (Production and manufacturing units) are allowed
  • Shops delivering essential items are allowed to operate, whereas shops delivering non-essential items can function on an odd-even basis and will operate from 10 AM to 6 PM. This also includes shopping malls.
  • Only one weekly market per zone is allowed with 50% of vendors.
  • State and private offices to have 50% attendance and can operate from 9 AM to 5 PM.
  • Marriage and funeral gatherings can have only 20 people, whereas all the other gatherings will be prohibited. Educational institutions remain close, and religious places can stay open but visitors will not be allowed.
  • Delivery via e-commerce can continue.
  • Sports complexes, stadiums, and swimming pools to remain close to the general public. Public parks/ gardens also to remain close.
  • Restaurants only allow take away and delivery services. Bars to remain close.
  • Hotels and lodges can operate but no banquets and conferences are allowed.
  • Cinema halls, theatres, banquets, auditoriums, saloons, barbershops, spas, wellness clinics also remain shut.
  • Gym, yoga centres, outside yoga, entertainment centres and water parks to stay close as well.
  • Delhi Metro to have 33% seating capacity and no standing passengers will be allowed. Intra-state buses can operate at 50% seating capacity. A total of 2 passengers will be allowed in autos/cabs.
  • Night curfew from 10 PM to 5 AM and weekend curfew from Friday 10 PM to Monday 5 AM

Delhi government third wave action plan for covid-19

3-Orange

Orange level, also known as the third level of alert. It is imposed when the positivity rate is over 2% and/or the new cases are 9,000 or more. Here is a list of all the activities that are allowed and not allowed during the Orange alert:

  • Construction activities can only continue if the labourers are residing on site. Industries and manufacturing units that operate in essential items or defence services are allowed. The firms that have workers on-site are also allowed.
  • Shops dealing in essential items are allowed and only stand-alone shops will be allowed that are dealing in non-essential items. Shopping malls and weekly markets will remain close.
  • Govt offices can operate with 33% attendance, whereas private offices in the exempted category can operate.
  • Marriage, funeral gatherings can be attended by 15 people. Other gatherings will be prohibited, educational institutions to remain close. Religious places can open up but will be closed for visitors
  • Only delivery of essential goods via e-commerce will be permitted.
  • Sports complexes, stadiums, and swimming pools will remain close for the general public.
  • Public parks and gardens to remain close.
  • Restaurants will be allowed to provide take away and delivery services. Bars will remain close.
  • Cinema halls, theatres, banquets, auditoriums, saloons, barbershops, spas, wellness clinics also remain shut.
  • Gym, yoga centres, outside yoga, entertainment centres and water parks to stay close as well.
  • Delhi Metro will not operate.
  • Intra-state buses operate with 50% category and only those in the exempted category can operate.
  • A total of 2 passengers in autos/cab will be allowed.
  • Night curfew from 10 PM to 5 AM and weekend curfew from Friday 10 PM to Monday 5 AM.

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Delhi government third wave action plan for covid-19

4-Red

In the red level or level 4 alert, the positivity rate is 5% and above. The number of fresh COVID cases are 16,000 or more. Here is a list of all the activities that will be allowed or will not be allowed if the red alert is imposed by the government:

  • Construction activities can only continue if the labourers are residing on site. Industries and manufacturing units that operate in essential items or defence services are allowed. The firms that have workers on-site are also allowed.
  • Shops dealing in essential items are allowed and only stand-alone shops will be allowed that are dealing in non-essential items. Shopping malls and weekly markets will remain close.
  • All non-essential services departments in the state govt offices will be closed. Only those private offices will operate that are in the exempted category.
  • Marriage, funeral gatherings can be attended by 15 people. Other gatherings will be prohibited, educational institutions to remain close. Religious places can open up but will be closed for visitors
  • Only delivery of essential goods via e-commerce will be permitted.
  • Sports complexes, stadiums, and swimming pools will remain close for the general public
  • Public parks and gardens to remain close.
  • Cinema halls, theatres, banquets, auditoriums, saloons, barbershops, spas, wellness clinics also remain shut.
  • Restaurants will be allowed to provide take away and delivery services. Bars will remain close.
  • Gym, yoga centres, outside yoga, entertainment centres and water parks to stay close as well.
  • Delhi Metro will not operate.
  • Intra-state buses operate with 50% category and only those in the exempted category can operate.
  • A total of 2 passengers in autos/cab will be allowed.
  • Complete weekend and night curfew will be put in place.

Delhi government third wave action plan for covid-19

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has not stated anything yet apart from the yellow alert which has been imposed. However, he has mentioned that more curbs can be put in place if the situation arises. There is no information yet on when the yellow alert will be removed or if any other curbs are being put in place. The number of Omicron cases has jumped and reached a total tally of 781 cases with Delhi recording the maximum number of Omicron cases. It cannot be stressed enough that one must not become lenient now and it is not the time to either drop the mask or lose the ground. The fight against COVID is far from being over.

Must Read:New Latest Covid-19 related restrictions in Delhi today

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