Tamil Nadu: Considering the increasing incidence of corona infection in Tamil Nadu, new restrictions will come into force from Saturday (May 15). Tea shops are completely banned.
Chief Minister MK Stalin held discussions with all party leaders in the Legislative Assembly on Thursday to prevent the Corona outbreak. In this direction, Chief Secretary V. Theayanbu and Chief Director general of police J.K. Tripathi were consulted at the Secretariat on Friday. In the event of these suggestions, CHIEF Minister MK Stalin issued a statement:
New restrictions: Earlier, separate grocery, vegetables, meat and fish shops were allowed to operate from 6 am to 12 noon. Now all these shops will be allowed to operate only from 6 am to 10 am.
Only 50 per cent of customers should be admitted at the same time. All other shops are prohibited from opening.
E-commerce companies can operate from 2 pm to 6 pm.
What will no longer work?: Pavement shops selling vegetables, flowers and fruits were allowed to run till 12 noon. But now those shops are not allowed to operate. Tea shops were also permitted to operate only till 12 noon. Tea shops are not allowed to operate now.
Already, the full general freeze implemented on Sundays will continue on both Sundays (May 16 and 23).The night-time general freeze will be in force from 10 pm to 4 am every day.
What will run?: ATM, petrol and diesel filling stations will function as always. Chief Minister MK Stalin has announced that English and country drugstores will be allowed to open as usual.
E-registration system mandatory to go into the district
Chief Minister MK Stalin has declared that internet registration is mandatory to go into the district. His announcement was:-
Internet registration system will be made mandatory for those coming to Tamil Nadu from outside states and abroad. Internet registration will be made mandatory for travel between districts and districts for essential tasks such as marriage, death of important relatives, medical treatment and need for elderly persons.
New rules: Tea shops banned from running. Vegetable, grocery and meat shops are allowed only from 6 am to 10 am. E registration is mandatory to leave district to district from May 17. English and country drugstores allowed to open as usual. ATM centres, petrol stations allowed to operate. Vegetable, flower and fruit marketing pavement shops allowed to operate .