New Delhi: With Unlock 1 at present underway throughout the nation, the Punjab authorities on Tuesday stated that motels, eating places, marriage halls and different hospitality companies can be allowed to reopen at a diminished capability of 50%, including that these should strictly adhere to sure SOPs. Also Read – Final Call on College, Varsity Exams After June 30, Says Punjab Govt
“Keeping in view concerns of the industry and MHA instructions, we have decided to reopen hotels, restaurants, marriage halls and other hospitality services at reduced 50% capacity. However, establishments must adhere to SoP and observe full precautions,” Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh stated at the moment. Also Read – Coronavirus: Punjab to Recognise ‘Mission Fateh Warriors’, Introduces Points-Based System in COVA App
Keeping in view issues of the Industry & MHA directions, we’ve got determined to reopen motels, eating places, marriage halls & different hospitality companies at diminished 50% capability. However, institutions should adhere to SoP and observe full precautions: Punjab CM Capt Amarinder Singh pic.twitter.com/cWUf2DCIZU
— ANI (@ANI) June 23, 2020
In a directive, the state authorities issued the SOPs which might be to be adopted in any respect these institutions.
Earlier, the Punjab authorities had allowed eating places to open just for residence supply/take away companies, with residence supply being permitted solely until Eight PM. Restaurants in motels have been additionally to remain closed, with meals to be served to the friends solely of their rooms.
Hotels, in the meantime, have been directed to strictly comply with night time curfew from 9 PM-5 AM, with exemption just for friends, in order that they’ll check-in at or depart the lodge.
For Unlock 1, which got here in impact from June 8, the Centre had permitted locations of worship, eating places, motels, malls and so forth. to reopen nationwide for the primary time since March 25, when the nationwide COVID-19 lockdown got here in impact.
Punjab on Sundy reported 177 new instances of coronavirus, taking its general COVID-19 tally to 4,235, together with 101 deaths.
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