CISF plans to begin metro providers once more, Arogya Setu app and face masks required for passengers

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The CISF has proposed a proposal to begin working the Delhi Metro after the lockdown. According to the proposal, passengers must observe quite a lot of guidelines to renew operations.

According to the proposed plan, passengers must take out all of the metallic objects on their physique earlier than frisking, use face masks, passengers must have 'Arogya Setu' app. But if any traveler reveals flu-like signs then he won’t be allowed to journey.

CISF on Thursday ready a Business Continuity Plan for the protection of employees, passengers and workers of Delhi Metro. <! –

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According to the plan made by the CISF, about 12,000 women and men personnel shall be deployed to protect over 160 metro stations to restart Delhi Metro providers.

The plan states, "The Arogya Setu App with inbuilt e-pass facility can be used to identify suspicious individuals (COVID-19 infection). High-risk individuals should be prevented from using the metro."

Accordingly, "All persons entering the metro premises must be wearing masks. Hand cleaning or washing facilities are available at the entry point."

CISF Director General (DG) Rajesh Ranjan informed the information company that the scheme has been designed protecting in thoughts the protection of passengers, drive personnel, DMRC workers and others current within the space.

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