New Delhi, December 2 : Entry of people without COVID vaccination are likely to be banned in Delhi amid new Omicron coronavirus variant which has been termed extremely dangerous by the WHO.
This proposal was put in the Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) meeting held on Monday. According to this proposal, at least one dose of vaccine has to be made mandatory for entry of people in Delhi Metro, buses, sharing cabs, cinema halls, stadiums, malls, religious places, parks, monuments, restaurants and government offices from December 15.
At the same time, it has also been said in this proposal that from March 22, both the doses of vaccine should be made mandatory for entry in such places.
Nearly 1.40 crore people have received the first dose of the vaccine and about 90 lakh people have received both doses so far.