Central government gives permission to open small shops in the green zone of corona 2020

New Delhi: Coronavirus is spreading rapidly in India. In doing so, the government believes it has somehow controlled the pace of Koro's transition. But the virus has so far had a serious impact on businesses where shops are still closed. Just a few days ago, several states announced the opening of discounted essentials shops, including vegetable, medical and other essentials. But now the home ministry said in a new order on Friday that shops and institutions with 50 percent staff could be opened in all the concerned states and union territories keeping in view the necessary precautions.



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However, shopping complexes and malls are not allowed to open at present. It is hoped that this order will give impetus to commercial activities in the country from today.

However, this discount does not include large and single-brand mall stores. Union Home Secretary Ajay Bhalla said in an order that all single shops in and around the municipal area would be allowed to open during the closure. However, the shopping complex or mall in the municipal area will remain closed till May 3. This exemption is not granted in the area most affected by the transition.

The Home Ministry has allowed the opening of shops registered under the Shops and Establishments Act in the States and Union Territories with 50 percent staff. At the same time, such shops have to take precautions like social distance. The order will not apply to the containment zone, the MHA said.

The number of corona cases in the country has risen to 23,452, the Union Health Ministry said yesterday. In the last 24 hours, 1752 new cases came and 37 people died. So far 723 people have died and 4814 patients have been cured of corona in the country.
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