MHA allows non essential selling shops to open with conditions
Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) on Friday (April 24) issued order to allow shops selling non-essential goods to open, easing lockdown restriction. This order is applicable to shops in market complexes under the limits of municipal corporations and municipalities, according to an MHA statement.
The opening of shops selling non-essential goods and services from Saturday, according to the order released by the MHA in a modification of its April 15 order, will be subjected to the conditions that they will run with 50 per cent strength of workers, wearing of masks and following social distancing.
The order further highlights that neighbourhood and standalone shops within the confines of the municipal corporation have also been exempted.