Are you flying to Delhi in the middle of the yellow alert? View the new Covid guidelines

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New Delhi: While Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Tuesday declared a yellow alert following a spike in the number of new Covid-19 cases, the following restrictions will be imposed in the nation’s capital under level 1 of the graduated action plan (GRAP.Also Read – International Flights: Israel Lifts Travel Ban to 55 Countries Amid Omicron Fear

New Delhi Covid Borders List – 7 Key Points

  • The Delhi government recently imposed a nighttime curfew from 11 p.m. to 5 a.m. However, under the yellow alert, the night curfew will now be applied from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m..
  • Schools, colleges, educational institutions and coaching institutes will remain closed.
  • Private offices are allowed to operate at 50% of their capacity from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
  • To limit the number of passengers, interstate buses and Delhi Metro will take place at 50 percent of its capacity and the passengers will be NOT be allowed to travel standing.
  • While restaurants may operate at 50% of their capacity from 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m., bars will also be permitted to operate at 50% of their capacity from 12:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.
  • While movie theaters, multiplexes, banquet halls and auditoriums will remain closed, salons and beauty salons will operate as usual.
  • On top of that, only 20 people will be allowed to attend weddings and funerals.

Speaking to a virtual press briefing earlier on Tuesday, Kejriwal said: Also Read – India launches air travel bubble with Saudi Arabia, flights to start from New Year

“Delhi mainly records mild and asymptomatic Covid-19 cases. This is why there is no reason to panic. However, to ensure that the infection rate does not increase exponentially, some restrictions below level 1 (yellow alert) will be imposed as the positivity rate continues to be above 0.5% in both. last days. “ Also Read – 7 Omicron Symptoms In Fully Immunized People You Should Watch Out For

GRAP, approved by the Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) in July this year, is deciding what activities would be allowed under what circumstances in the event of an increase in Covid-19 cases.

According to the plan, there is four color-coded alert levels to know, Yellow, amber, Orange and Red.

For travelers coming from overseas or India to Delhi, check out the latest rules:

  • International leaflets will be moved to hotels upon arrival in the nation’s capital, which will be transformed into a quarantine center.
  • Due to the increase in COVID cases, a random sample collection of leaflets will be carried out for passengers arriving from states witnessing an increase in coronavirus cases.
  • Passengers will be allowed to exit after their sample has been taken.
  • All passengers will have to undergo a mandatory thermal check after arrival.
  • If someone is traveling on a connecting flight and does not leave the airport, they should refer to the instructions of the respective arrival states.

Delhi Quarantine Rules

  • Passengers who test positive for the virus will need to be quarantined for 10 days at home or at a COVID care center (CCC) / Community health center (CHC) / hospital.
  • International travelers will need to submit a self-declaration form on the Air Suvidha portal prior to the planned trip.
  • Passengers in transit or coming from countries at risk will be advised by airlines to undergo post-arrival testing, quarantine if tested negative and strict isolation.
  • All international passengers will be required to submit samples after arrival which will be paid for themselves. If they test negative, they will have to undergo a mandatory 7-day quarantine and then be retested on the 8th day. If they are negative again, they will self-track for an additional 7 days.
  • International passengers from safe Indian countries will be allowed to exit the airport. However, they will need to self-monitor their health for 14 days.

A yellow alert is declared when the infection rate continues to be either at the level of 0.5% positivity for two consecutive days or cross it. Under the level 1 alert, 1,500 positive cases could be reported in the nation’s capital within a week.


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