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Coronavirus: Delhi High Court requests advocates, public, litigants to avoid unnecessary overcrowding in court premises

Aditi Singh

In the wake of the coronavirus outbreak, the Delhi High Court has issued public notice requesting advocates, general public and litigants to avoid unnecessary overcrowding in the court premises.

The High Court has requested all to adhere to the guidelines/advisory issued by the Govt of NCT of Delhi on containing any further cases of Coronavirus infection.

The public noitice reads,

"As per the recent advisory issued by the Govt of NCT of Delhi, Coronavirus (2019-nCOV) is a contagious virus which causes respiratory infection and can be transferred from human to human through air by coughing, sneezing, personal contact such as touching or shaking hand, touching an object or surface with the virus on it and then touching mouth, nose or eyes with unwashed hands.

As per the said advisory, one should avoid going to crowded places. Therefore, Advocates, general public and litigants are requested to adhere to the guidelines/advisory issued by the Govt of NCT of Delhi and avoid unnecessary overcrowding in the court premises."

The Notice also encloses the Advisory issued by the Delhi Government on the DOs and DON'Ts to be kept in mind to prevent any further spread of the virus.

As per news reports, the total number of COVID-19 patients in the country is 43.

Read the Notice:

Public Notice on Coronavirus - Delhi HC.pdf
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