Token for entry to malls, no prasad at shrines in Mohali

Only takeaway, home delivery in restaurants

Token for entry to malls, no prasad at shrines in Mohali

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Mohali, June 6

The district administration has allowed places of worship, hotels, restaurants and shopping malls to open from June 8. The relaxations come with a few riders.

Deputy Commissioner Girish Dayalan, while issuing orders on Saturday, said there would be no distribution of prasad and serving of langar at the places of worship across the district till further orders. The places of worship would open between 5 am and 8 pm. The maximum number of persons should not exceed 20 at a given time.

Restaurants and bars in hotels will remain closed and food will be served in rooms. For restaurants and eateries, only takeaway and home delivery will be allowed. There will be no dine-in facility.

A person entering the mall should have COVA app on his/her cell phone. Entry will be based on token system. Social distancing will have to be ensured inside outlets.The number of persons inside a shop should not exceed 20.

Trial of clothing/accessories will not be permitted.

Restaurants/food courts will not operate in any of the malls, except for takeaway/home delivery, which will be allowed till 8 pm. — TNS

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