Face Mask is mandatory from 23rd March:
The Center has alerted the state governments as coronavirus cases are on the rise once again across the country. Covid-19 suggested that strict measures be taken against. The number of positive cases has been on the rise in the state for the past ten days. Four days ago, the state government issued the covid-19 guidelines. The orders state that covid regulations must be enforced in factories, industries, and commercial complexes. The government suggested that tougher measures be taken to control the spread of the second stage.
The orders made it clear that the work-from-home approach should be adopted once again as far as possible. It has issued directives for regulatory action in industries, shopping malls, and factories in view of the rising number of corona cases in the country and the state. Shopping malls and industries should conduct thermal screening and make sanitizer available for handwashing. Also, face masks must be worn and physical distance rules must be followed.
Meanwhile, the Andhra Pradesh government has issued orders that face masks must be worn from March 23. Indicates the imposition of a fine if face masks are not worn. The police department has been directed to charge Rs 500 for non-wearing face masks in rural areas and Rs 1,000 for those in urban areas. Authorities said police had already received the books related to the fine. Authorities want everyone to wear face masks and contribute to their health as well as the health of others. Face Mask is mandatory from 23rd March.
The government has instructed companies to make transport vehicles, machinery and premises virus-free from time to time. In particular, it made it clear that the sanitation process had to be carried out from time to time. Dining halls and canteens were ordered to be sanitized every two hours.