People shop in the market by following rules – people who shop in the market by following rules

Baghpat In the markets from the city to the countryside, people shop according to rules. The corona guideline is not followed in the shops. Once the market opens there are a lot of people in the city markets. From stores to vegetable carts, people don’t follow social distance when shopping, which is likely to increase the infection.
The regime has now ordered the curfew for Corona until May 31 in order to break the corona transition chain. During Corona’s curfew, the administration has given permission to open the market from 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. so people can buy the goods they need. In the markets, rules are flown from the city to the country. The shops are crowded. People who came to stores and sacks of vegetables and fruits were seen shopping close to each other. The police patrolled the Old City, Bada Bazaar, Shaukat Market, Gandhi Bazaar, Pandava Street Bazaar, and Yamuna Street Bazaar and made people obey the rules. Police also launched a challan action against those who broke the rules. Still, people can’t be stopped from breaking the rules. Failure to follow the rules can increase the risk of infection in the district.

Baghpat In the markets from the city to the countryside, people shop according to rules. The corona guideline is not followed in the shops. Once the market opens there are a lot of people in the city markets. From stores to vegetable carts, people don’t follow social distance when shopping, which is likely to increase the infection.

The regime has now ordered the curfew for Corona until May 31 in order to break the corona transition chain. During Corona’s curfew, the administration has given permission to open the market from 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. so people can buy the goods they need. In the markets, rules are flown from the city to the country. The shops are crowded. People who came to stores and sacks of vegetables and fruits were seen shopping close to each other. The police patrolled the Old City, Bada Bazaar, Shaukat Market, Gandhi Bazaar, Pandava Street Bazaar, and Yamuna Street Bazaar and made people obey the rules. Police also launched a challan action against those who broke the rules. Still, people can’t be stopped from breaking the rules. Failure to follow the rules can increase the risk of infection in the district.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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