E-pass for essential services valid for the entire duration of the sidewalks: DDMA
The Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) clarified on Wednesday that e-passes issued for travel related to ‘essential goods and services’ or ‘exempt category’ will be valid for the duration of the imposition of curfew on weekends and at night given the increase in COVID-19 cases.
“Consistent with previous orders, the movement of persons for activities specified as ‘essential goods and services’ or ‘exempt category’ as prescribed in the DDMA order has been permitted for movement during night curfew and curfew of the weekend with the possession of an e-pass (in electronic or paper version) only,” DDMA said in an official order.
“In this context, it is clarified that the electronic pass held by a person on or after January 4 (from the date of issuance of the DDMA order) for travel related to “essential goods and services or to the ‘exempt category’ will be valid for the entire period of the imposition of the night curfew and the weekend curfew,” he added.
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