Govt issues safety guidelines for June 8, read what is allowed…

Ground Report | Ayushi Verma

After a lockdown of about three month government allowed worship places, hotels, restaurants and malls to reopen on June 8.
As the cases are rising day by day government has issued a standard operating procedure (A written document by working agency experts in which day describe how to safely perform a job.

What is allowed?

A notification issued on Monday in which shooting of films and videos in open spaces and studios, barber and parlour work only for hair trimming and yoga former morning walk and jogging in open spaces and public park were allowed with immediate effect. But all the activities should be done keeping in mind to maintain physical distancing. Barbers must wear mask and gloves and ensure frequent cleaning of hands. Religious places have been told to let in 20 people or less per hour. Attendees will have to be reduce according to small area. All religious institutions should issue disposable paper token to maintain number of visitors and to ensure safe disposal of tokens also. Hotel and restaurant must have maximum of 50% of total capacity at a time with keeping social distancing.

What is not allowed?

However all educational institutions coaching centres cinema halls, swimming pool commerce gym, amusement parks, theatres, clubs and assembly halls have not been allowed to reopen as all these involve gathering of masses frequently results in spreading of corona virus.

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