Jaipur: The Rajasthan government is considering mandating the wearing of masks in the state. It says that a law is going to be made for this. The government is going to bring a bill in this regard in the upcoming session of the assembly. Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has given information about this on Monday.
He said on Monday, "The State government was considering making it mandatory to wear masks to prevent infection of the coronavirus." For this, the bill will be brought in the upcoming assembly session. In addition, if media reports were to be believed, he said, 'Coronavirus can be avoided by taking measures like wearing a mask, maintaining a distance of two yards and repeated hand washing till the medicine arrives'. Gehlot said all these things during the video conference. He said, 'He was communicating with the district magistrates, principals of colleges, municipal corporations and city council officials about the success of 'No Mask-No Entry-Corona Movement 'campaign in the state from 2 October.
Apart from this, he went on to say, 'To make this campaign successful till the village-dhani of the state, every section of the society should join the government with full commitment. This campaign will not be fully successful in its purpose until the public is aware that if the person wearing the mask is not infected, then he can spread the infection to another person.' Along with this, he also told everyone that this time Diwali should be celebrated without firecrackers.