DTC Starts Bus Services: During coronavirus lockdown buses for railway passengers started, As per the latest report Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) has started bus shuttle services for railway passengers arriving at New Delhi Railway Station, amid Coronavirus Lockdown. they are dropped off at Shivaji Stadium and Ambedkar Stadium, from where they are given further changes in transportation.
DTC has started a bus shuttle service for rail passengers arriving at New Delhi railway station. They are unloaded at Shivaji Stadium and Ambedkar Stadium from where they are further modified to transport.
Shuttle service of Delhi Transport Cooperation (DTC) buses started for passengers arriving by train in New Delhi. According to the source '21 buses are in service, the passenger will be flown to Delhi's Shivaji Stadium and Ambedkar Stadium from where they will get another chance said a senior manager of Delhi Transport Co-operation. The total number of coronavirus cases stand at 10054 in the national capital, in which 4485 case is active and 160 people has lost their life due to coronavirus.
Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) has started bus shuttle services for railway passengers arriving at New Delhi Railway Station, amid #CoronaLockdown. They are dropped off at Shivaji Stadium and Ambedkar Stadium from where they are given further change over of transport. pic.twitter.com/LL5SWkAJYf— ANI (@ANI) May 18, 2020
India has extended the nationwide lockdown till May 31 with a new set of guidelines issued by the MHA. As the coronavirus cases in India saw the biggest single-day jump and crossed the 96,169-mark, the government announced that state governments will now decide on the demarcation of Red, Orange, Green, and Buffer Zones for applying restrictions.
In Lockdown 4.0, the government has not allowed flight movement but has allowed inter-state travel on passenger vehicles with the permission of the state governments. The move is expected to benefit thousands of migrant laborers who are on the move. In the new guidelines, e-commerce firms such as Amazon and Flipkart are also allowed to distribute all non-essential items. A new set of rules starts today as soon as it goes to lockdown 4.0 in India.
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