Madurai to prevent access of unvaccinated people in hotels, malls, public places

Madurai: In a bid to increase COVID-19 vaccination coverage Madurai district administration has decided that unvaccinated people will not be allowed to visit public places such as hotels, shopping malls, and other commercial facilities after one week. The administration has given one week's time to people to get at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.

"People have been given one week to get at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine," Madurai District Collector Aneesh Sekhar stated at a press conference. "Those who are not vaccinated will not be allowed to visit public places like hotels, shopping malls, and other commercial businesses."

"In crowded places, only persons possessing a coronavirus immunisation certificate should be allowed. People who have not received the vaccine will not be permitted to enter hotels, hostels, bars, shopping malls, businesses, factories, educational institutions, wedding halls, theatres, markets, or wine shops. Visitors to public areas should receive at least the first dosage of the vaccine "He went on to say that Around 3 lakh people in Madurai have not gotten a single dosage of vaccination, according to the district collector.

As per account, 71.6 percent of persons in Madurai district have received the first dose of the vaccine, while 32.8 percent have received the second dosage. After the second deadline, there are 3 lakh people who have not been vaccinated.

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