Delhi: Today onwards, wearing masks not mandatory in private cars.


Delhi government has lifted all Covid curbs on Friday including the night curfew. All schools have been asked to switch to offline classes starting from April 1. The fine for not wearing the mask in public places has been reduced from ₹2,000 to 500.

For people in Delhi travelling in private four-wheelers, wearing masks will not be mandatory, the Delhi government notified on Saturday. This new rule will be applicable from today when all Covid curbs will be lifted.”

DDMA after examining all the relevant facts related to the issue of penal provisions for not adhering to the Covid protocol of wearing of mask at public places, decided that not wearing of face mask/cover in all public places has been made an offence. Night curfew has been lifted and all schools of the Capital have been asked to resume physical classes from April.

The easing of the curbs come as Delhi’s pandemic situation improved with 440 cases reported on Saturday. The positivity rate has dropped to 0.83%.

However, some restrictions are still in place including the permission of more than one weekly market in a municipal zone. The cap of 200 persons at weddings and the ban on the entry of visitors at religious places have not been lifted.


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