All schools will reopen in Delhi from 9th, work from home system will also end

New Delhi | Delhi Air Pollution: Due to the significant improvement in the air quality of Delhi, the Delhi government has taken a big decision and announced the reopening of all the schools that were closed. According to which, from November 9, all the closed primary schools will be able to open.

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Important meeting held today regarding environment
Giving this information after a meeting with the officials of Delhi Government, Gopal Rai said that the air quality of Delhi-NCR has improved a lot yesterday and today. Due to which the government has taken many big decisions and many restrictions imposed regarding pollution control have been withdrawn.

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work from home system
Delhi Air Pollution: The AQI level in Delhi at present remains below 350, which falls in the ‘very poor’ category. Earlier, the Central Panel on Sunday withdrew Phase 4 of the Graded Response Action Plan, an emergency response action plan implemented to tackle air pollution in the National Capital Region, on the improvement of AQI. Along with significant improvement in Delhi’s air quality, the work from home system given to government employees has also been abolished. Now all government employees will be able to work in the office again. However, the ban on construction works will continue for now.

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These restrictions also ended
– Entry of trucks in Delhi will be possible as before. Simultaneously, restrictions on medium and large freight trucks were removed.
Resumption of construction work of roads, highways, flyovers, overbridges, power transmission, laying of pipelines etc.
Apart from BS-6, the ban on diesel vehicles in Delhi and its adjoining cities was removed.

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