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Lockdown 4.0: Bus services resumed in Delhi

Video Credit: ANI - Duration: 01:23s - Published
Lockdown 4.0: Bus services resumed in Delhi

Lockdown 4.0: Bus services resumed in Delhi

Bus services have been resumed in the national capital amid the fourth phase of coronavirus lockdown on May 19.

Social distancing norms are being followed in buses.

Delhi government on May 18 allowed bus services with limited passengers.

A conductor said, "Only 20 passengers are allowed at a time.

A passenger is not allowed to board the bus without a mask."

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