Delhi has eased travel restrictions for passengers arriving from Maharashtra, Telangana and Andhra Pradesh.
As per the latest travel guidelines, passengers travelling to Delhi from the above mentioned three states are now not required to carry a negative RT-PCR test report for their travel.
Indian airlines including Spicejet, Vistara, Indigo and Go First confirmed the development on their respective social media handles.
Low-cost carrier Spicejet said in a tweet, “Delhi-bound passengers from Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh and Telangana are not required to carry a negative RT-PCR test report anymore. Please refer to the detailed state-wise guidelines before your travel date.”
Delhi has also announced relaxation for several other activities in the state.
Chief minister of Delhi, Arvind Kejriwal said in a tweet, “Due to the hard work of all Delhiites, the situation of Corona in Delhi is now under control. This week some more relaxation is being given in economic activities. Restrictions on some activities will continue for now. Please keep following all the rules of prevention from corona.”
Delhi government offices will work with 100 per cent attendance of Group A officers and 50 per cent for the rest. Private offices may work with 50 per cent attendance of their staff. Malls and shops can open seven days a week from 0010 hours to 2000 hours.
Restaurants will function on only 50 per cent of seating capacity. Weddings can be held at law courts or homes with no more than 20 people. Public transport including Delhi Metro will continue with 50 per cent seating capacity.
Swimming pools, amusement parks, water parks will remain shut and no public gatherings are allowed. Schools, colleges and coaching institutes will also remain shut.