In-person school classes in the national capital will remain shut for a week and employees at government offices will be asked to work from home for four days due to the air pollution crisis, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal announced on November 13.
The announcement was made by Kejriwal after chairing a high-level meeting with senior officials and ministers of the Delhi government
Government offices to operate from home at 100 percent capacity for a week. Private offices to be issued an advisory to go for WFH (work from home) option as much as possible,” the chief minister told reporters after chairing a high-level meeting with senior officials and ministers of the Delhi government.
The government has also decided to bar constriction activities in the national capital from November 14-17, Kejriwal added.
The decisions have been taken in view of prevailing weather situation. With no wind movement predicted between November 14 and 17, the air quality is expected to turn worse, the Delhi CM said.
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