Press Reporter Net Desk
Chandigarh, March 26
Punjab authorities introduced it was closing down all museums within the state to the general public till April 10.
The choice comes because the state battles a second surge in COVID-19 instances.
PTI reported on Thursday that the Virasat-e-Khalsa located at Sri Anandpur Sahib can even be closed with speedy impact, and public entry will probably be strictly prohibited into the premises of this world-renowned museum of Sikh heritage and tradition. “Most people can be suggested to adjust to well being advisories issued by the Punjab authorities to verify the additional rise of this lethal virus,” PTI quoted an official assertion as saying.
Pilgrims coming to Sri Anandpur Sahib to participate within the ‘Holla Mohalla’ competition shouldn’t collect at one place in giant numbers, the federal government mentioned.
They need to placed on masks always, preserve social distance and sanitise their arms at common intervals, it added.
The Union Territory of Chandigarh administration additionally issued an order stating all public parks, the Sukhna lake space and town’s important industrial zone, Sector 17 Plaza, would stay out of bounds for the general public for Holi celebrations.
The step is a precautionary measure to stop the unfold of the COVID-19 an infection, the authorities mentioned.
“There will probably be restrictions on entry into these locations, which will probably be strictly applied by the police and municipal authorities,” an order issued by Manoj Parida, Adviser to UT Administrator, mentioned.
It mentioned the restrictions on entry to those locations would stay legitimate from 6 am to six pm on March 29.
A couple of days in the past, the UT administration had ordered a number of measures to verify the unfold of COVID-19, together with banning public gatherings for Holi. — With PTI