How To Apply For An e-Pass For Weddings In Delhi During COVID Restrictions
BY Sakshi | 20 Apr, 2021 | 5768 views | 2 min read
With the surge in COVID cases worse than ever before, we are seeing Governments imposing restrictions and guidelines for citizens again. One of the worst hit cities in the country, Delhi has the strictest restrictions right now, with the city being locked down till April 26. When it comes to Delhi lockdown guidelines, only essential services are allowed, and this time around, weddings have been allowed, with prior permission. So if you have your wedding scheduled during this time, you can still go ahead with it, but with an e-pass and adhering to Delhi COVID guidelines for weddings. Use the e-pass delhi- apply online for marriage that's slated for April.
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If you're wondering where to apply for epass online in Delhi, here is the info you might be looking for. Details for the Delhi COVID guidelines for weddings and sites on which one can apply for e-pass for weddings and engagements till April 30, 2021.
- If you are looking for details on how to apply for the e-pass, they can be found here: https://dmsouth.delhi.gov.in/
notice/for-issue-of-e-passes- for-guests-invited-for- marriage-related-functions/
- The pass can be applied on the Official Delhi Government site by clicking on this link: https://
- If the reasons does not have weddings as an option, one can select any reason, but provide valid details of the wedding.
- Email the Acknowledgment bar code of each of the guests at the email@example.com so that passes can be issued.
Make sure you keep your wedding invite handy, as movement of persons for marriage-related gatherings of upto 50 persons will be allowed on production of “soft/hard copy” of invitation cards. So ask your guests to carry their invite either physically or on the phone to ensure that they are able to travel to the wedding venue without any hassle.
Additionally, we do urge and remind you again to postpone your wedding right now for sometime at least if you can, and if that's not possible, then keep the strictest social distancing and sanitising measures in place. That is the best thing you can do to ensure safety for your guests and yourselves given the current scenario. Stay safe!