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Jorhat dist admin allows sale of fruits at doorsteps

By Staff Correspondent

JORHAT, April 25 - The Jorhat district administration has allowed sale of fruits, including dry fruits, at doorsteps by imposing certain conditions.

An order passed by an Additional Deputy Commissioner on Friday stated that in view of the month of Ramzan commencing from April 24 and lockdown in force, the district administration has allowed sale and distribution of fruits at the doorsteps of residents.

However, the administration has imposed certain restrictions to be followed by vendors authorised to carry out the trade.

The vendors will have to be examined by a medical officer with proper certification regarding their health conditions and will be able to sell the products from 8 am to 3 pm daily.

Only fresh fruits from known sources in Green Zone areas will be allowed, and sale of rotten fruits will attract penal action. In case of dry fruits, only FSSAI-licensed products will be allowed for sale.

The order said all precautionary measures like social distancing, personal hygiene, wearing masks and gloves as asked by the government in order to prevent a COVID-19 outbreak will have to be observed by the vendors.

E-pass for Majuli residents: People who may be needing a pass to come out of their homes during the lockdown period due to some urgent work in Majuli island could apply for e-pass online.

A Majuli district administration official informed that any person who may require to step out of his/her home during the lockdown period could apply for an e-pass by logging onto the official website of the Majuli administration � www.majuli.gov.in � and then clicking the �Click for application� link found on the bottom of the website.

After filling up the necessary details, a person would be able to know the status of his/her application by clicking the �Track Your Application Status�, the official added.

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Jorhat dist admin allows sale of fruits at doorsteps

JORHAT, April 25 - The Jorhat district administration has allowed sale of fruits, including dry fruits, at doorsteps by imposing certain conditions.

An order passed by an Additional Deputy Commissioner on Friday stated that in view of the month of Ramzan commencing from April 24 and lockdown in force, the district administration has allowed sale and distribution of fruits at the doorsteps of residents.

However, the administration has imposed certain restrictions to be followed by vendors authorised to carry out the trade.

The vendors will have to be examined by a medical officer with proper certification regarding their health conditions and will be able to sell the products from 8 am to 3 pm daily.

Only fresh fruits from known sources in Green Zone areas will be allowed, and sale of rotten fruits will attract penal action. In case of dry fruits, only FSSAI-licensed products will be allowed for sale.

The order said all precautionary measures like social distancing, personal hygiene, wearing masks and gloves as asked by the government in order to prevent a COVID-19 outbreak will have to be observed by the vendors.

E-pass for Majuli residents: People who may be needing a pass to come out of their homes during the lockdown period due to some urgent work in Majuli island could apply for e-pass online.

A Majuli district administration official informed that any person who may require to step out of his/her home during the lockdown period could apply for an e-pass by logging onto the official website of the Majuli administration � www.majuli.gov.in � and then clicking the �Click for application� link found on the bottom of the website.

After filling up the necessary details, a person would be able to know the status of his/her application by clicking the �Track Your Application Status�, the official added.