Permission has been given to do construction work, but arrangements will have to be made for the workers coming to work at the construction site.
After a long time, life will start coming back on track in Madhya Pradesh from June 1. In the meeting of District Crisis Management Group held at Vallabh Bhawan on Sunday, it has been decided to unlock Bhopal by following the guidelines sent by the government. Although the administration has decided to keep the lockdown for 2 days in Bhopal.
Will send the proposal to the government. If this proposal is passed, there will be a lockdown in the district on Saturday and Sunday.
The government has given permission to unlock, but it will have to strictly follow the COVID Guideline. Wearing shells and masks has been made mandatory for social distancing in front of shops. Action will be taken to seal the shop on its violation.
No permission to eat while sitting in the restaurant
Only 25% shops will open in Bhopal. Along with this, a decision has been taken to open hardware-building material, electrical shops for two days in a week. Employees working in private offices of the city will be able to work only till 6 pm. You will not be able to eat food while sitting in the restaurant. Only the facility of take home will be available.
Construction work has been allowed, but labor coming to work on the construction site will have to be arranged. No more than 3 people, including the driver, will be allowed to sit in any car or taxi. School-colleges, cinema halls and shopping malls will remain closed for now. The guidelines given by the state government to give exemption in districts with more than 5% infection, in Bhopal, almost the same has been agreed.
Permission granted to open temples
Permission to open temples has been given in Unlock, but there should not be more than 4 people in the temple at one time. At the same time, 10 people will be able to attend the funeral and only 20 people can attend the weddings. At the same time, except offices providing essential services, the rest of the offices will be opened with 100 percent officers and 50 percent employees.
Now all this will remain closed
In the first phase of unlocking social political, entertainment, culture, religious events and fairs, none of these types of events will be held. Schools, colleges, educational, training games, coaching institutes, cinemas, shopping malls, swimming pools, theaters, picnic spots, auditoriums and gathering houses will all remain closed.
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