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Lockdown 4.0: Delhi Allows Autos, Buses; Odd-Even For Shops

Public transport resumed in Delhi on Tuesday with buses, auto-rickshaws and taxis plying on the road, with a limited number of passengers, after a gap of nearly two months. The Delhi government has also allowed opening of markets and shopping complexes on an odd-even basis. Standalone shops will also be allowed but salons will stay shut for now.

May 19, 2020

Under the new lockdown guidelines, e-rickshaws, cycle rickshaws will be allowed with one passenger.

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Standalone shops and markets can open on an odd-even basis, with staggered timings

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Auto rickshaws in Delhi can also operate but are allowed to ferry only one passenger at a time.

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An e-rickshaw driver ferries passenger in Delhi.

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Buses will be allowed to run but with 20 passengers

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A man disinfects a car at a vehicle showroom in Delhi.

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A man boards a DTC bus in Delhi.

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Standalone shops and markets can open on an odd-even basis, with staggered timings

Photo by Jitender Gupta/Outlook

Standalone shops and markets can open on an odd-even basis, with staggered timings

Photo by Jitender Gupta/Outlook

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