Night curfew to be lifted in Delhi, schools to do away with hybrid mode, open from April 1: Kejriwal

"Schools to function fully offline from 1 Apr. Fines for not wearing masks reduced to Rs 500. All should continue following Covid Appropriate Behaviour. Govt will keep strict watch," Kejriwal tweeted.
Aravind Kejriwal (Image credit: ANI)
Aravind Kejriwal (Image credit: ANI)

New Delhi

The DDMA has decided to withdraw all Covid-related restrictions, including night curfew in Delhi, restart physical classes in schools from April 1 and reduce the fine for not wearing masks from Rs 2,000 to Rs 500, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said on Friday.
The chief minister said the restrictions were lifted as the Covid situation had improved and people were facing hardships due to the curbs.
The decisions were taken during the meeting of the Delhi Disaster Management Authority on Friday.
"Delhi Disaster Management Authority withdraws all restrictions as the situation improves and people facing hardships due to loss of jobs.
"Schools to function fully offline from 1 Apr. Fines for not wearing masks reduced to Rs 500. All should continue following Covid Appropriate Behaviour. Govt will keep strict watch," Kejriwal tweeted.
Emphasis was also laid during the meeting, chaired by Lt Governor Anil Baijal, on following the precautions as well as vaccination.

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