Restaurant-shopping mall will open on June 8 in West Bengal

All hotels, restaurants, shopping malls, and religious places will open in West Bengal, India from June 6. In this case, strict hygiene rules will be followed. However, the auditorium and children’s play area in the shopping mall is closed. The state health ministry made the announcement on Thursday.

According to the directive, all hotels, restaurants, shopping malls and religious places in West Bengal except the highly contagious containment zone will be opened in compliance with the Corona rules. people will have to stand at a distance in the elevator.

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The instructions say that you have to enter the hotel-restaurant after thermal scanning. Citizens must wear a mask. Hands need to be sanitized. Must sit at a distance of 6 feet. Disposable menu cards and napkins should be used. There will be more encouragement to buy food and take it home instead of sitting in hotels and restaurants. People over the age of 65, children under the age of 10 and pregnant women are barred from entering hotels and restaurants.

Even if the religious place is opened again, not everyone will be able to enter at once. After the mask, everyone has to sanitize their hands and enter there. Must bring with them their own seats. No gathering can be held at religious places.

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