Covid-19 has taken its toll over just everything. Mass gatherings must be avoided to stay safe. Following this, administration has issued strict directives to close down the major tourist spots until 31st March or until the fear of this virus is over.
Even Srinathji darshans are restricted and only 4 out of 8 darshans are allowed. The remaining darshan will be allowed to 50 people on first come first basis. The Navsamvatsar programme that is held every year wil not be held this year. This decision was taken in a meeting on Tuesday. The programme witnesses thousands of people every year and a huge gathering could result in a disaster.
The major tourist spots have been closed until 31st March as preventive measures. These spots are City Palace, Lok Kala Mandal, Bagore ki Haveli, Shilpgram, Kumbhalgarh Fort, Haldighati Museum, Rakttalai, Nav-chauki memorial at Rajsamand Lake, Maharana Raj Singh panorama and Panna Dhai panorama.
Apart from this, the court hearings are also under restriction. Cases of stay, bail and other extremely necessary cases will be taken care of in the court. Rest all will be done after 31st March. The main gate of the court will be open but the other gates will be closed. Canteens will also be closed. A medical team will be present all the time at the main gate which will screen all the people entering the court's premises. The prisoners will not be brought to the court as the family members also enter the court to meet with them. All the important cases will be taken care of via video conferencing.
The restaurant owners have been directed to keep a distance of at least 1 metre between 2 tables. Online education is being encouraged. The malls have been directed to keep hand sanitisers and masks ready for the public entering the mall. The currency notes are to be counted using sponge pads. People have also been restricted to meet their family members who are admitted in the hospitals.