Stickers on Covid norms for shopkeepers released in Chandigarh

Stickers on Covid norms for shopkeepers released in Chandigarh

To highlight the importance of following Covid norms, the Chandigarh Beopar Mandal (CBM) has released colourful stickers for free distribution among all shops in Chandigarh.

Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, January 13

To highlight the importance of following Covid norms, the Chandigarh Beopar Mandal (CBM) has released colourful stickers for free distribution among all shops in the city. The stickers will ask visitors to abide by the government guidelines of wearing mask and full vaccination.

Charanjiv Singh, president, CBM, said they appealed to the traders to paste the stickers at the entrance to their shops.

In a memorandum to the UT Adviser, the CBM has requested the Administration to refrain from any undue harassment to the shopkeepers for violation done by customers regarding vaccination since a majority of the shops are small and medium set-ups, which cannot afford extra security or gatekeeper to check and verify vaccination proof from each and every customer. —

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