The Meghalaya government has chosen to return all spots of worship from October 1, after a hole of over a half year, and gave essential rules to guarantee the security of everyone at the places of worship, Deputy Chief Minister Prestone Tynsong said on Saturday. He additionally said that the legislature has set out a standard working methodology at these strict organizations, to be carefully trailed by devotees, following counsels with different partners.
"The state has chosen to permit individuals to visit spots of worship from October 1. Rules have been given for the security of devotees, in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
"Nobody will be permitted to enter any strict spot without a face veil, and measures must be taken to guarantee individuals follow hand cleanliness conventions and keep up physical separation," the deputy chief minister clarified.
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