As national capital is all set to go for a week-long lockdown due to prevailing COVID-19 situation in the city from 10 pm today onwards, city Police Commissioner SN Shrivastava informed that the most essential services, commodities will be available throughout the lockdown.
"A lockdown has been announced by Delhi Govt from 10pm tonight till 5am on 26th April.
My appeal to residents of Delhi is to stay indoors.
Most essential services, commodities will be available," Shrivastava told media persons.
Metropolitan City and Union Territory of India
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