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Delhi govt exempts mediapersons from night curfew, to remain in force till April 30

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New Delhi, Apr 8 (ILNS) The Delhi government has given respite to the mediapersons working in both print and electronic media, by exempting them from carrying the e-passes required to travel in the national capital during the night curfew hours, imposed to check the rising number of COVID-19 cases.

In a partial modification to its April 6 order, the Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) has permitted the mediapersons to carry their identity cards instead of e-passes for travel during night curfew hours, said Vijay Dev, Chief Secretary and Chairperson of the Executive Committee of DDMA yesterday.

Taking in view the increasing number of Novel Coronavirus infections, the DDMA had on April 6, imposed curfew in the national capital from 2200 hrs to 0500 hrs, everyday till the end of the month. ILNS/SNG/RJ

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