TOI clears doubts of its readers on the lockdown

NEW DELHI: Lockdown doubts? Write to us. We begin today by clearing doubts of our readers.
With various queries and rumours circulating regarding the coronavirus lockdown, to make your life easy, TOI invites its readers to send their queries at lockdownfaqs@timesgroup.com. We will seek answers from Delhi Police and other authorities. Please keep your questions brief.
Query 1: I need to undergo dialysis thrice a week at a hospital. Will I be allowed to go there and what should I carry?
You should carry your hospital prescription and medical file while going for dialysis. If it’s on fixed dates, then you can also get movement passes made from the local DCP office after producing the prescription.
Query 2: A close relative has met with an accident in Uttarakhand. Will I be allowed to go there in a car?
If the victim needs assistance, then you can present your case to the local DCP office and request for a movement pass to travel.
Query 3:I am a physiotherapist and need to attend to some bedridden patients but I am being turned away by the police. What should I do?
If you are attached to a medical firm or hospital, the company can request for a movement pass for you. An individual therapist can request for a pass to attend to any critical/serious patient.
Query 4:My RWA has barred newspaper vendors from coming into the colony when the PM himself has stressed the role of the media in these trying times. What can I do to get my copy?
No RWA can stop any newspaper from being circulated. The print and visual media personnel are in essential services. If there is any such complaint, it should be brought to the police’s notice.
Query 5: Can I take a walk in my colony? What about the local park?
No, certainly not. It is not allowed. People need to stay at home.
Query 6: Can my RWA bar vegetable vendors from coming into the colony?
Vegetable vendors need to get a movement pass issued for hasslefree movement.
(Answers given by the Delhi Police spokesperson, additional commissioner Mandeep Singh Randhawa)

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