The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) has also geared up to once again overcome the rapidly growing corona infection in Delhi. DMRC has cut challans of more than 550 people who have ignored the Kovid rules while traveling in the metro.

DMRC said on Thursday that the Delhi Metro flying squad has challaned about 318 passengers for not wearing masks properly and not following the rules of social distancing in the wake of the Kovid-19 pandemic. At the same time, 234 passengers were challaned for not following the rules on Tuesday.

DMRC gave this information to the people through Twitter. The tweet said, “To ensure adherence to our travel guidelines, the Delhi Metro flying squad challaned 318 passengers on March 24, 2021 for not wearing masks properly and not following the rules of social distancing. Please do follow all the rules and advise others to do the same. ”

To ensure our travel guidelines are being followed, Delhi Metro’s Flying Squads penalized 318 commuters on 24 March 2021 for not wearing a face mask properly & following social distancing. Let us all follow the protocols & politely counsel others to do the same. #CovidIsntOverYet pic.twitter.com/K9deVt0pfH

Delhi had 1,254 new cases of corona virus infection on Wednesday, which is the highest number of daily reported cases in more than three months. According to the information given by the health department, after the new cases of infection have come up, the total cases have increased to 6,51,227 and so far 6,35,364 lakh people have been cured. It was also said that after the death of six more patients from this epidemic, the figure has reached 10,973. There are 4,890 active patients in Delhi right now. Delhi ranks fourth in the country in terms of the dead. Meanwhile, there is a period of increase in the number of containment zones in the capital. Currently, the number of container areas in Delhi has increased to 976.

No public celebration on Holi-Navratri, Shab-e-Barat in Delhi

Amid rising cases of corona virus, the Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) also ordered on Tuesday that celebrations will not be celebrated in public in the national capital during the upcoming festivals like Holi and Navratri. Delhi Chief Secretary Vijay Dev directed the officers to strictly follow the order. Vijay Dev said in the order that all concerned officials would ensure that crowds do not gather during the upcoming festival of Holi, Shab-e-Baaraat, Navratri etc. and festivals are not celebrated in public in the capital Delhi.

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