Ban on sale of fireworks in Rajasthan due to Covid-19

Ban on sale of fireworks in Rajasthan due to Covid-19

Schools to stay closed till 16th November.
Ban on sale of fireworks in Rajasthan due to Covid-19

-State government stated that people who have been affected by the virus are likely to face more health issues due to pollution.

-The entertainment centres will stay closed till 30th November.

The state government has imposed a ban on the sale of fireworks in Rajasthan. As stated, smoke caused by the bursting of fire crackers can cause a drastic effect on the health of patients, especially those who have tested corona positive.

As directed by Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot, strict action must be taken against the sale of fire crackers and even the vehicles that cause too much pollution. People who have been tested positive need fresh air to breathe and the toxic smoke caused by the fireworks can create too many health issues, hence resulting in a drop in health.

The CM also said that protection of public suffering from the pandemic is of paramount importance. Apart from this, it has also been declared that the schools will remain closed until the 15th of November and “no mask no entry” will be strictly followed everywhere.

All entertainment centres like cinema halls, clubs, swimming pools and all other recreational centres will remain closed till 30th November. The gatherings in any wedding should not be more than 100. Only 20 people are allowed to be present for performing last rites. Masks are a mandate, social distancing must be followed and all relevant norms have to be followed strictly.

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