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What is an e-pass, how can it help you during night lockdown in Delhi

What’s an e-pass, how can it provide help to throughout night time lockdown in Delhi | Information

New Delhi: Amid an unprecedented surge within the COVID-19 infections within the nationwide capital, the federal government imposed a seven-hour night time curfew from 10 pm to five am on Tuesday (April 6) with rapid impact. 
What’s an e-pass?
In the course of the seven-hour window solely important providers can be allowed. If any particular person must journey throughout this time in Delhi, they may require an e-pass, which is a permission slip issued by the federal government from its official web site. 
Residents can both carry a tough or delicate copy of e-pass, which might be proven to the authorities at checkpoints throughout night time curfew.
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Who wants an e-pass for journey throughout night time curfew in Delhi?
As per the state governments orders, the vaccination centres within the nationwide capital can be open 24 hours. People touring to get their vaccination jab in the course of the curfew timings would require a documentation proof. 
Individuals travelling for important providers can be exempted from the restrictions however carrying an e-pass for travelling between 10 pm-5 am is obligatory.
Equally, Journalists and media individuals can be required to hold an e-pass with them if they’re working throughout night time curfew hours.
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The order got here on the identical day when Delhi reported 3,548 new COVID-19 circumstances, pushing the entire tally to six,79,962, as per the Delhi authorities’s well being bulletin.
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