In order to battle the huge spread of Coronavirus, the Delhi High Court has asked the lawyers and litigants to avoid unnecessary overcrowding of the court premises.
The registrar of the High Court general administration Ramesh Chand issued a circular recently on the same.
The Delhi government has advised people to avoid going to crowded places and requested the advocates and the general public to follow the issued guidelines.
The Guidelines State-
Coronavirus is a contagious virus that causes respiratory infection and can be transferred from one human to the other through the air by coughing, personal contact such as touching or shaking hands, sneezing, touching an object or surface with the virus on it and then touching mouth, nose or eyes with washed hands, conveys the circular issued and the recent advisory issued by the Delhi government.
The reported number of cases of Coronavirus in India has risen to 43 on Monday with four people, including a three-year-old child in Kerala who had returned from Italy.
In Delhi, Uttar Pradesh and Jammu till now have had one case each of the viruses with no deaths until now, said the officials of the health ministry.