New guide line of Unlock 5 implemented in Rajasthan
New guide line of Unlock 5 implemented in Rajasthan
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Jaipur: In Rajasthan, the state government has issued a guideline for Unlock-5. It is till 31st October. The highest emphasis is on putting masks. The government has introduced a no mask-no entry rule in the state. That means, no entry will be given anywhere without masks. The state's guide line is somewhat similar to the central government, but the state government has issued orders to keep schools, colleges, swimming pools, cinema halls, theatres, multiplexes, amusement parks closed till October 31, as well as other large collective events will remain closed till October 31. The guideline issued by the Department of Home (Group-9) Principal Governance Secretary Abhay Kumar has decided to keep the lockdown in all the container zones by 31st October. All school colleges and educational institutions will remain closed for regular classes of students. Only students from 9th to 12th class will be able to go to school for guidance. However, there will be a ban on installation of any regular class in educational institutions.

According to the guideline, more than 50 guests will not be involved in the marriage. Where the marriage is taking place, the doors, railings will be repeated again and again. No one will be involved in the event without wearing masks. The subdivision magistrate has to be informed before the event. No mask-no entry will be strictly cradled. More than 20 people will not be involved in the funeral and related events. It will also be mandatory to follow the mask and the two-yard rule. Social, political, sports, entertainment, academic and religious events and other large collective events will not be allowed. Students will not be given emphasis for attendance at school. It will be entirely on the consent of the parents. The meeting arrangement plan will be applied for organizing public and common events. The number of people participating in the event will not exceed 100. A hefty fine will be levied on violation of any condition. Similarly, adequate distance from the customer will be ensured in the shops. No mask-no service will be strictly adhered to. Customers who come to the shop without face masks will not be sold.

There will be no restriction on the movement of people out of the state in the means of movement. Commercial passenger vehicles will sanitize seats and touch places before and after the journey. At the same time, the prescribed safety precautions will follow. The operational of the Metro will also be done regularly. Swimming pools, cinema halls, theatres, multiplexes, amusement parks will remain closed till October 31. At the same time, other major collective events will also remain closed till 31st October. Earlier, the central government had allowed the opening of cinema halls, but the state government has not allowed the opening of cinema halls in the region.

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