Police are on high alert in view of the congestion in Mithaitheru
The maximum number of people who can enter places of worship these days is set at forty. To ensure this, all District Police Chiefs, Sub-Divisional Police Officers, Station House Officers will be in constant touch with religious leaders and community representatives. This will help ensure that visitors to places of worship meet all Covid standards, including social distance.
It is proposed to pay special attention to controlling the congestion in the shops and ensuring that social distance is maintained. The possibility of the spread of the disease should be completely eliminated in consultation with the representatives of the traders. Special attention will be given to C and D category areas. Police announcements will be made to ensure that people maintain social distance in public places. Social media will be used to the fullest to reach out to the masses. The co-operation of voluntary organizations will also be utilized for this.
Beat Patrol, Mobile Patrol and Women’s Motorcycle Patrol units will be on the road at all times. All police personnel will be deployed for this.
The restrictions have been relaxed today, tomorrow and the day after tomorrow in observance of Bakreed.
According to the Test Positivity Rate (TPR), the government has also announced exemptions for local bodies in A and B categories.
In addition to the essentials shops in the A, B and C categories, clothing shops, shoe stores, electronics shops, fancy shops and gold shops can be opened on all three days. They are allowed to work in the open till 8 pm. The CM had yesterday said that shops would be opened on Monday subject to restrictions, keeping Bakreed in D-category areas.
Beauty parlors are only allowed to open one dose of vaccinated staff for hair styling. Film shooting will be allowed in the A and B categories with strict control as serial shooting is allowed. Those who have been vaccinated for at least one dose must arrive at work.
Meanwhile, Kozhikode District Collector N. Krishnan said that stern action will be taken against the companies which do not comply with the norms and there will be inspections to seize the vehicles which are found to be unnecessary travel. Tej Lohit Reddy informed. The collector said that special monitoring will be set up for three days to control the congestion in Mithaitheru. Police are on high alert in view of the congestion in Mithaitheru