Meghalaya: Additional activities permitted in West Garo Hills

Senior citizens and pregnant are advised to exercise caution and, as far as practicable, restrict outdoor movement and activities.
Meghalaya: Additional activities permitted in West Garo Hills

TURA:

In pursuance of the Order issued by the Home (Political) Department, Government of Meghalaya, operation of all hostels, private crèches, sports activities within schools, assorted activities like fetes, fishing competitions, raffle draw, youth week, fun-raising activity and partial reopening of schools for classes I to V in urban areas are permitted to resume in the district with immediate effect.

This was informed by the District Magistrate, West Garo Hills, Tura.

Further, because of the improved situation in the district, the number of persons allowed in places of worship have been increased to 75 per cent of the seating capacity, the maximum number of persons allowed during any Religious/Social/ Private gathering has been increased to 75 per cent of the seating capacity and for outdoor sports, spectators are permitted up to 75 per cent of the seating capacity.

Meanwhile, restriction on children below 10 years regarding moving out of their homes is lifted if accompanied by their parents or guardians.

However, senior citizens and pregnant are advised to exercise caution and, as far as practicable, restrict outdoor movement and activities.

Private and Non-government offices may function 100 per cent attendance.

Though the number of active cases and fresh cases declining steadily, there is a need for maintaining caution and strict surveillance to fully overcome the pandemic.

It is observed that SOPs are not being followed strictly by all citizens, and it may be noted that any complacency will lead to a surge in COVID-19 cases.

Therefore, citizens are advised to exercise caution, follow all protocols and adhere to the SOPs to ensure that the Districts do not see a resurgence in cases.

Failure to comply with the protocols and social distancing fines would be imposed on violators.

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