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Delhi High Court Makes Mask Compulsory Even For People Driving Alone, Twitter Reacts With Memes


Delhi High Court Makes Mask Compulsory Even For People Driving Alone, Twitter Reacts With Memes

The coronavirus pandemic has once again gone out of control as the second wave has hit the country in a more disastrous manner and the records are being broken in regard to the fresh positive cases which are getting registered. The only relief is that the vaccination drive is also going on in full swing but what is making the government worried is the fact that the citizens are not following the safety guidelines in a proper manner.

On 7th April, India registered 1,26,789 fresh COVID-19 positive cases which is the highest count since the start of the coronavirus pandemic while 685 people lost their lives. The situation in few states including Maharashtra, Kerala, Madhya Pradesh, New Delhi, etc. is more problematic.

The best way to stop the spread of the lethal virus is to avoid going outdoors but we also have to earn our livelihoods and for this, many of us need to go out of house. In such a scenario, we should ensure that we wear mask, use sanitizer, maintain social distancing and wash hands regularly.

While we all know that wearing mask is an absolute necessity in today’s situation, still many people are not wearing mask while some people are also spotted putting their mask below nose or mouth. Meanwhile, the Delhi High Court has also given a judgment in regard to wearing mask which has made people upset.

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Four petitions were filed for challenging a decision of the Delhi government as per which a person needs to wear mask even if he/she is travelling alone in the car. Justice Pratibha M Singh dismissed all the petitions citing that mask is a suraksha kavach and even if a person is sitting alone in a car, he should wear mask as a car is moving inside the city and going places which makes a moving car a public space.

This judgment did not go well with the online community and they expressed their annoyance by means of memes and jokes. Here are some of the selected reactions:
















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