New Delhi: CoronaVirus (Covid-19): Chhattisgarh government has made it mandatory for every citizen in the state to wear masks. A fine of one hundred rupees will have to be paid for not applying the mask. Senior state officials said here on Friday that a high-level meeting was held at his residence office here today under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel. Many important decisions were taken at the meeting, including the imperative of masks to start the admission process in schools and colleges and to prevent the infection of coronavirus.
State Agriculture and Water Resources Minister Ravindra Choubey and Forest Minister Mohammad Akbar told about the decisions taken in the meeting that it has been made mandatory for every citizen in the state to wear masks to prevent coronavirus infection. A fine of 100 rupees will be imposed if found without wearing a mask. Choubey and Akbar said that it has been decided to start the process of admission in the educational institutions, schools and colleges of the state in the month of July.
According to the consultation of the Central Government, it will be considered to start classes from August, looking at the circumstances. He told that physical distance will be ensured in the state. As before, the organization of meetings and ceremonies will be postponed.
Ministers said that in the meeting, a review of Corona infection prevention and rescue efforts in the state and arrangements for separate habitat centers were also discussed. Officials said that all members of the Council of Ministers, Chief Secretary, Additional Chief Secretary and secretaries of other departments were present in the meeting.