Delhi nighttime curfew: who are all exempt? Here is the full list

The Delhi government on Monday imposed a nighttime curfew from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. until April 30 following the increase in Covid-19 cases.

However, people who travel to and from airports, train stations and interstate bus terminals, those who get vaccinated at night, delivery staff, and those who work in stores and grocery stores that sell food and medicine were exempt from the curfew rules.

Exceptions have also been made for health personnel and civil servants.

According to the ordinance adopted by the Delhi Disaster Management Authority, the exemption will be granted upon presentation of tickets, identity cards and e-passes. E-passes can be obtained by applying on the Delhi government website:

The DDMA also clarified that services and freight transport would not be affected by the curfew. “All law enforcement authorities should note that these restrictions fundamentally relate to the movement of people, but not that of essential goods and services,” the ordinance reads.

List of people exempt from the curfew:

1. Government officials, employees of companies involved in emergency services, health personnel, police personnel, municipal and municipal personnel, fire service personnel and private physicians will be allowed to travel. on presentation of identity cards.

2. Pregnant women and patients seeking medical services

3. People coming from or going to airports, train stations and interstate bus terminals on presentation of valid tickets

4. Persons working in the offices of diplomats and persons occupying constitutional positions on presentation of identity cards

5. People carrying essential or non-essential goods will be allowed to travel without a pass.

List of those who will need electronic passes:

1. People working in stores dealing with food, groceries, fruit and vegetables, dairy and dairy kiosks, meat and fish, animal fodder, pharmaceuticals, drugs and food. medical material

2. People will get vaccinated against Covid-19 at night as the Delhi government has launched a 24/7 vaccination campaign in all of its hospitals.

3. Employees of private security services, banks, insurance companies and ATMs, print and electronic media, telecommunications, Internet services, broadcasting and cable services, computer services and IT services

4. Staff delivering essential goods including food, pharmaceuticals, medical equipment and e-commerce websites

5. Personnel in gasoline pumps, LPG, CNG, oil and gas sales and storage outlets, power generation, transmission and distribution units and services, and storage and fuel services. cold storage

6. Those who work in essential product manufacturing units and production units or departments that require continuous processing.