Coronavirus lockdown: Uber suspends services till March 31 in Delhi — but you can still book an Ola in Delhi
- Users in Delhi can longer book cabs through Uber during the city-wide lockdown till March 31.
- However, the Ola app still allows users to hail a ride, even if it’s to head out of the city — even though Delhi’s borders are supposed to be shut during the lockdown.
- According to Ola, it will keep a minimal network of vehicles operational during the lockdown.
While Uber has suspended all booking on its platform, Ola still allows users to book cabs — even though the fares may be a little higher than usual, to discourage travel.
“Uber is complying with all Central and State Government directives related to its services for containing the spread of
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