Masks, Smart Cards Mandatory; No Tokens: Delhi Metro's New Guidelines
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Masks, Smart Cards Mandatory; No Tokens: Delhi Metro's New Guidelines

Newsdesk |
August 30, 2020

he use of masks and smart cards has been made mandatory as the Delhi Metro resumes services next month after nearly a six-month gap. The new guidelines issued today listed severe restrictions that included a ban on tokens for the train ride and limiting the number of passengers in each coach. The authorities, however, have not named a figure for this yet.


New Delhi, 30 August 2020

Sources said trains will not stop at all metro stations and there are plans to open stations in phases. All the safety rules will be strictly observed at stations, including social distancing and thermal checking. Hand sanitiser will also be provided. As per news report of NDTV, on Saturday, the Centre had announced guidelines for the fourth phase of unlocking, which included resumption of metro services from September 7 and public gatherings in a limited fashion.

Source -NDTV


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