New Delhi: After more than five months, the Delhi Metro resumed partial services Monday, with strict regulations in place to maintain physical distancing and hygiene amid the raging Covid-19 pandemic.
On the first day, the Yellow Line, between HUDA City Centre and Samaypur Badli, ran from 7 to 11 am, and will operate from 4 to 8 pm in the second slot. The metro will resume full services from 12 September.
India had gone into lockdown on 25 March to fight the novel coronavirus, and has been gradually ‘unlocking’ since June.
ThePrint’s Suraj Singh Bisht took a ride in the metro from Rajiv Chowk to Qutub Minar Monday to get you a glimpse of what it was like.