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Delhi Makes Face Masks Mandatory In Public Places, ₹500 Fine For Violators

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Mumbai: Delhi government has made the wearing of face masks in all public places mandatory. A fine of ₹500 will be imposed on violators, as per the official order. Those travelling together in private four-wheeler vehicles will not be fined, the order states.

Nonetheless, the fine under this arrangement won’t be relevant to people voyaging together in confidential four-wheeler vehicles.

The national capital has seen an increase in day-to-day Coronavirus cases throughout the past week. The quantity of passings has likewise been shown as a vertical pattern. The public capital has seen 32 passings because of COVID-19 such long ways in August, a more than two-overlap ascend as against the most recent 10 days of July when 14 individuals capitulated to the viral sickness, as per official information.

Delhi had 2146 new Coronavirus cases in 24 hours, with a positivity rate of 17.83%. Eight deaths were reported. Government information showed that 520 Coronavirus positive patients in Delhi are conceded in emergency clinics in Delhi and in committed Coronavirus emergency clinics, 5.7% beds are involved.

Generally speaking, the nation over, 16,299 new Covid diseases were accounted for beyond 24 hours, while the dynamic cases declined to 1,25,076, as per the Union Health Ministry information. The loss of life moved to 5,26,879 with 53 fatalities. The day-to-day positive rate was recorded at 4.94%.

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