NCOC decides to lift working hours in markets and parks from March 15

NCOC decides to lift working hours in markets and parks from March 15

The NCOC has decided to lift the working hours in markets and parks from March 15. Shrines and cinemas will open.

The big decision of the NCOC has come. The ban on all homes and indoor weddings was lifted on March 15 after a detailed review of the corona virus across the country. Restrictions on indoor dining in restaurants have also been lifted, and corona SOPs must be strictly adhered to at indoor events.

The NCOC also decided to open the shrine under SO Peace while increasing the number of spectators in PSL matches from 20% to 50%. Fans will be allowed in PSL matches according to the capacity of the stadium. All spectators will be allowed to attend the playoff matches under SOPs.

In addition to the restriction on working hours in shopping malls and parks, the requirement for 50 per cent staff to work from home has also been abolished. According to SOPs, local body and kent board elections will be held in the month of May-June, implementation of smart lockdown will continue.

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