National Directives for COVID-19 Management
The National Directives shall be enforced by the District Magistrate through fines and penal action as prescribed in the Disaster Management Act 2005.
- Wearing of face coVer is compulsory in all public places, work places
- All persons in charge of public places, work places and transport shall ensure social distancing as per the guidelines issued by Ministry of Health and Family Welfare.
- No organization /manager of public place shall allow gathering of 5 or more persons
- Gatherings such as marriages and funerals shall remain regulated by the District Magistrate
- Spitting in public spaces shall be punishable with fine
- There should be strict ban on sale of liquor, gutka, tobacco etc. and spitting should be strictly prohibited
- All work places shall ha've adequate arrangements for temperature screening and provide sanitizers at convenient places.
- Work places shall have a gap of one hour between shifts and will stagger the lunch breaks of staff, to ensure social distancing
- Persons above 65 years of age and persons with co-morbidities and parents of children below the age of 5 may be encouraged to work from home.
- Use of Arogya setu will be encouraged for all employees both private and public.
- All organizations shall sanitize their work places between shifts.
- Large meetings to be prohibited.
- Frequent cleaning of common surfaces and mandatory hand washing shall be mandated
- No overlap of shifts and staggered lunch with social distancing in canteens shall be ensured.
- Intensive communication and training on good hygiene practices shall be taken up.
Last Modified : 8/19/2022
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