[ ROHTAK ] Vegetable Milk Sweets and Grocery Stores in Rohtak will now open from 6am to 6pm

[ ROHTAK ] Vegetable Milk Sweets and Grocery Stores in Rohtak will now open from 6am to 6pm

Collector R. s. Verma has given an exemption to shops and commercial establishments given the instructions issued by the Union Home Ministry. To prevent the spread of community infection of COVID-19, orders have been issued to introduce new arrangements for opening shops in the markets.
 Under orders issued by the District Collector, milk and dairy products, tea stalls, vegetables and fruits, sweets shop, kirayana store, bakery, and vita booth will be open daily from 9 am to 7 pm. Apart from the above-mentioned business shops, it will open daily from 9 am to 7 pm in addition to Sunday. Automobile showroom, service station, shop for tire puncture, welding, repairing of vehicles, etc., Driver Training School will be open daily from 9 am to 6 pm.
 As per the orders issued, clinics and drugstores will be open from 9 am to 6 pm. Essential and emergency services will be issued by the DCO with the permission of the Deputy Commissioner to open the shop on Sunday. Barbers, salons, beauty parlor shops, and meat shops will be open from 9 am to 7 pm. Petrol pumps will be open from 7 am to 7 pm. The roster will be issued by the District Food and Supplies Controller with the permission of the Deputy Commissioner for emergency services. Taxi/three-wheeler operations are also permitted with conditions. According to the condition, only one driver and two passengers will be allowed to sit in the taxi. Only the driver will be allowed on scooters and motorcycles.
 As per the orders issued by the District Collector, all the shops in Sampla, Maham and Kalanaur towns will be open from 9 am to 7 pm on Sunday, but the shop operation standard procedure will be fully applicable to them. No economic activities will be allowed in the declared restricted area in rural and urban areas, and shops and business establishments will be completely closed here. To prevent the spread of infection of COVID-19, the shop operation standard procedure for all shopkeepers has been prescribed by the Union Ministry of Home Affairs, which will have to be strictly followed by the concerned shopkeeper.

Shop operation standard procedure

According to the order issued, if the covered area of ​​the shop is less than 100 square feet, then only one person will work in the shop. If the covered area of ​​the shop is more than 100 square feet and up to 200 square feet, then two persons including shopkeepers will be allowed to work in such a shop. If the covered area of ​​the shop is more than 200 square feet, then one additional person will be allowed to work. In any case, the number of persons working will generally not exceed 50 percent of the working people.
 The criteria of 6 feet distance of social distance have to be strictly followed. Wearing masks will be mandatory for the shopkeeper, vendor, and consumer. There is an absolute ban on spitting in public places and a person will be fined as per rules against the violator. A market is a public place and this rule will apply to the entire market. Shopkeepers have to keep sanitizer for consumers and workers. Shopkeepers will sanitize the shop twice a day and keep a video record as per its time and date for inspection by the government official and also keep complete details including the address of all customers.
Unauthorized encroachment on the road ahead of shops is prohibited. Action will be taken against those who violate it. You have to download the Arogya Setu app on your smartphone. There will be a complete ban on the arrival of any four-wheelers in the market at the time of business. However, everyone will be allowed to bring their goods from the shop at night time. All the shopkeepers will get the customer’s entry into their shop as per social distance norms. The shopkeeper will allow the other customer to sit in that place immediately after dealing with each customer, after sanitizing the customer’s seating area. There will be a complete ban on the installation of permanent street vendors and pods. Although this ban will not apply to the hawkers, all the hawkers and hawkers will not do any sale after 7 pm.

Instructions issued for salon, beauty parlor operators

 As per the orders issued, the barbers, salons, beauty parlor operators will ensure that the customers coming for cutting or saving bring their own good clothes and those who bring their own cloth are cut. Before cutting or shaving, the customer’s seating area including cutting machines, scissors, and razors will also have to be sanitized. Other necessary instructions will also have to be followed under the orders issued. Do not allow customers and employees with fever, cold, throat pain, or influenza symptoms. Clean all common areas floors, elevators, lounge areas, ladders, and railings with one percent sodium hypochlorite solution. Sanitize each tool and comb after each use.
 A full record of all the people coming to the shop including mobile will be kept. Put sharp blade, disposable razor in a leak-proof white container with puncture-proof one percent sodium hypochlorite solution. Do not allow the customer to reside in the border of the container zone and stamped home quarantine. Provide hand sanitizer at the time of entering the shop. Get your employees’ hands sanitized after cutting or shaving. Workers in the shop use plain glasses or treble layer masks with head covers, apparel, and gloves. All employees and customers download the Arogya Setu app on their mobiles. At the entrance of the shop, posters of guidelines for protection from COVID-19 should be displayed on which the methods of coughing, social distance, and necessary advice must be mentioned.

System regulatory department

There are various ways of spreading infection of COVID-19. Therefore, to prevent its spread, the operators themselves will make appropriate arrangements according to the actual situation of the spot. The Superintendent of Police, all Sub Divisional Magistrates, Civil Surgeons, WT Magistrate-cum-Commander Commander, Municipal Officers, Drug Controller, Maple Officer, Secretary of Market Committees, Municipal Secretaries and Officers shall ensure compliance of these orders.

Vehicle arrangement

There will be a ban on the entry of scooters and motorcycle in the market. Municipal Corporation commissioner will provide the grounds of Huda Complex, Bhagat Singh Market, and other places for parking. Police forces will be deployed as required at the locations proposed by the Superintendent of Police. No person will be allowed to come out except for emergency services from 9 am to 5 am.
 Violation of the terms of this order will revoke the permission itself and action will be taken against the person or entity concerned under sections 51 to 60 of the Disaster Management Act 2005 and Section 188 of the Indian Penal Code.
Container and buffer zone declared on receipt of corona infected person in different areas of the city – Collector RS Verma
An order issued to stop the spread of community infection of COVID-19
– Every person will be screened and thermal scanning by health teams in container areas
Rohtak, June 10: Collector RS Verma pandemic to prevent the spread of community infection of COVID-19 after finding corona infected person in Gandhi Camp, ward number 15 Netaji Ji Nagar and ward number 19 Patel Nagar in ward number 14, Rohtak Orders have been issued to declare the Containment Zone and Buffer Zone in the respective areas under the Act 1897.

Container zone and buffer zone declared in Gandhi camp

 According to the order issued by the District Collector, in Ward No. 14 of Rohtak, from the house of Baldev in Gandhi Camp, the house of Praveen Arora on the west side to the house of Sita on the south, the house of Vinod on the east side and the house of Baldev on the north side. The Containment Zone is declared. The area from Anil’s house on the west side to Shyam Verma’s house on the south to Subhash Khurana’s house on the east to Subhash’s house on the east and Anil Kumar’s house on the north has been declared as a buffer zone. Similarly, the area from Gandhi’s house in the Gandhi camp to Madan Lal’s house in the west to Jogendra’s house in the south to Krishna Lal’s house in the east to Mohan’s house in the north has been declared as a container zone, while Ashok Kumar’s house to the west In Charanjeet’s house, Chhabra’s house in the south, Ashok Kumar’s house in the north has been declared as a buffer zone.

Container and buffer zone declared in Netaji

 As per the order issued by RS Verma from the Govind’s house in Netaji Nagar in ward number 15 to Bharat Kirayana store on the north side, the Wadhwa house on the west side, SK Sharma’s house on the south and Govind’s house on the east. Has been announced. Similarly, the area has been declared as a buffer zone 200 feet from Krishna Lal’s house towards the north, Jagdish Arora’s house towards the west, and Bharat Bhakti Ashram to the south, Krishna Lal’s house to the east.

Container and buffer zone declared in Patel Nagar

 According to the order issued by the Collector, the area from the house of Deepak in Patel Nagar of ward number 19 to Balakishan’s house in the north, Usha’s house in the west, Om Prakash’s house in the south to Balakishan’s house in the east, declared as the Containment Zone. has been done. Whereas from Krishna Lal’s house to Manoj’s house in the west to Ramesh’s house in the south, Ashoka’s house in the east to Balakishan’s house in the north have been declared as buffer zones.
Screening and thermal scanning of each person in the containment zone
 Under the order issued by the District Collector, screening, testing, quarantine, isolation, and all social measures and public health measures will be implemented effectively in the containment zone so that the situation can be kept under control. Health department teams will go door-to-door screening and thermal scanning of every person located in the Containment Zone. All personal safety equipment will be made available to these health teams and these teams will completely sanitize the entrance of each house, door latch, etc.

Ensure availability of essential items in the Containment Zone

 According to the rules, essential items like raw ration, milk, pulses, medicines, vegetables, etc. will be delivered at the doorstep in the Containment Zone. Separate packets of vegetables, ration, pulses, milk, etc. will be prepared and their delivery will be ensured at home. The delivery person will wear personal protective equipment and deliver these packets to the doorway itself. These people will not enter the house and will not make physical contact with any family member. The availability of essential items will be ensured daily by the concerned officer. Strict action will be taken as per rules on the work done by staff posted on duty in the Containment Zone.

Instructions will have to be taken to operate religious places, hotels, restaurants and shopping malls – Collector RS Verma

Rohtak, June 10: District Collector RS Verma has issued orders to allow the operation of religious places, hotels, restaurants, and shopping malls with conditions given the instructions issued by the Union Home Ministry. All these business establishments will have to ensure strict compliance of instructions by the government.

Instructions issued for religious places: –

 Necessary instructions for the operation of religious places have been issued by the District Collector. These include placing sanitizer at the entrance and thermal screening of every person. A person suffering from symptoms of coronavirus infection will not be allowed to enter the shrine. One can enter the religious site only by wearing a face cover or mask. Posters or standees will have to be placed on the religious site premises displaying the means of protection from COVID-19. Awareness of prevention measures from COVID-19 will have to be run regularly through audio and video clips. The devotees coming to the religious place will have to remove their shoes etc. in their vehicles. If necessary, arrangements should be made to keep shoes, etc. separately. Outside the religious premises and proper arrangements should be made for crowd management in the parking lot.
According to the order issued, social distance rules should be followed in the religious place premises. The rules of social distance should be completely followed in shops, stalls, canteen, etc. located inside and outside the religious place. Special marks should be marked at appropriate distances for compliance of social distance on the campus and for the management of rows. Separate arrangements should be made for the entry and exit of devotees. At the time of entering the religious place, a distance of six feet in rows should be followed. Before entering the premises, clean hands and feet with soap and water. Proper seating arrangements should be made. Guidelines issued for air conditioning and ventilation should be maintained. No touching of statues, statues, holy books, etc. will be allowed in the religious site premises. There will be a ban on the gathering of devotees in large numbers. Religious songs and music should be played to prevent infection of COVID-19 and singer groups should not be allowed. While complimenting each other, physical contact should be avoided. Worshipers brought their own net for prayer. Prasad distribution and holy water sprinkling and distribution will not be allowed in the religious place premises. Effective sanitization should be arranged on the campus. Clean and disinfect the religious place at regular intervals. The floor in the premises should be cleaned several times. Proper use of face covers, masks, and galleys, etc. used by devotees or employees should be done. If a suspicious or corona infected person enters the premises, keep it in a room or separate area, separating it from other devotees. Mask or face cover should be provided to the concerned devotees until they are examined by the doctor. In such a situation, the nearest health center or state or district helpline should be informed. If the shrine is found to be Corona positive, then the religious place premises should be made germ-free.

Instructions for operation of hotels and restaurants: –

 Necessary instructions have been issued by the Collector for the operation of hotels and restaurants. These include placing sanitizer at the entrance and thermal screening of every person. A person suffering from symptoms of coronavirus infection will not be allowed entry. Staff and guests will be able to enter by wearing a face cover or mask. Face cover or mask must be worn all the time inside the hotel. Adequate staff should be deployed by the hotel management to comply with social distance. Staff must wear gloves as well as adopt other necessary preventive measures. Hotel workers who are at high risk of corona infection will take extra precautions. Such employees include old age employees, pregnant women, and people suffering from any disease. Such employees should not be allowed to come in direct contact with the general public and they should be allowed to work from home. Proper arrangements should be made for crowd management outside the premises and in the parking lot.
 According to the order issued, employees posted in the parking lot will use face cover, mask, and gloves. Vehicle steering, window handles, keys, etc. will be disinfected properly. Separate arrangements should be made for the entry and exit of guests, staff, and goods. The rules of social distance should be followed. At the time of admission, a distance of six feet in rows should be followed. Only one person should be allowed in the lift. The travel history, medical and other details of guests coming to the hotel should be taken along with the identity card. Rescue measures should be demonstrated from COVID-19. Hand sanitizer should be arranged at reception and the hands should be sanitized before the guests fill any form. The hotels will follow the liaison process for check-in and check-out. The goods will be disinfected before sending them to the room. Due care should be taken during the supply of goods and other goods in the hotel. Social distance should be kept in mind while making seating arrangements. Instead of cloth napkins, disposable napkins of the good quality paper should be promoted. Digital modes of payment and orders etc. should be promoted. Instead of eating food sitting in one place, food processing should be encouraged in the rooms. No sports will be allowed on the campus. Guidelines issued in terms of air conditioning and ventilation will have to be followed. Effective sanitization will have to be managed in the hotel and restaurant premises. Repeatedly touching surfaces such as door latch, lift button, handrail, bench, etc. should be disinfected and cleaned frequently. Toilets should be cleaned at regular intervals. The rooms etc. should be sanitized after the departure of each guest. Social distance should be followed in the kitchen and it should be sanitized at regular intervals.
If a suspicious or corona infected person enters the premises, keep it in a room or separate area, separating it from the other persons. Mask or face cover should be provided to the concerned guest until they are checked by the doctor. In such a situation, the nearest health center or state or district helpline should be informed. If the guest is found to be corona positive then the premises should be disinfected.

Instructions issued for operation of the shopping mall: –

 Necessary instructions have been issued by the Collector for the operation of the shopping mall. These include placing sanitizer at the entrance and thermal screening of every person. A person suffering from symptoms of coronavirus infection will not be allowed to enter the mall. All workers, customers, and visitors will be able to enter the mall only by wearing a face cover or mask. Posters or standees will have to be placed on the premises displaying the protective measures from COVID-19. According to the order issued, social distance rules should be followed in the premises. The rules of social distance should be completely followed in shops, stalls, canteen, etc. located inside and outside the mall. Special marks should be marked at the appropriate distance for compliance of social distance and management of rows on the campus. Separate arrangements should be made for entry and exit. Home delivery should be allowed only after the thermal scanning of the home delivery staff. At the time of admission, a distance of six feet in rows should be followed. At least one customer should be allowed inside the shop. Proper seating arrangements should be made. Guidelines issued for air conditioning and ventilation should be maintained. There will be a restriction on the number of customers collecting. Effective sanitization should be arranged on the campus. Clean and disinfect the premises at regular intervals. The floor in the premises should be cleaned several times. Proper use of face covers, masks, and gloves, etc. used by customers or employees should be done. Proper management should be done to maintain social distance in the food-coat. No more than 50 percent of the seating capacity customers should be allowed inside. The table etc. should be sanitized after dealing with each customer. Cinema halls located in shopping malls will remain closed.
 If a suspicious or corona infected person enters the premises, keep it in a room or separate area, separating it from other customers. Mask or face cover should be provided to the concerned customer until they are examined by the doctor. In such a situation, the nearest health center or state or district helpline should be informed. If the customer is found to be corona positive then the premises should be disinfected. Non-compliance of these orders will automatically cancel the permission and action will be taken against the violators of these instructions under sections 51 to 60 of the Disaster Management Act 2005, Section 188 of the Indian Penal Code and other legal provisions.
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