DHUBRI, May 15 - Dhubri Deputy Commissioner Anant Lal Gyani on Thursday allowed a majority of shops to start functioning on rotation basis but with restrictions in the district from Friday.
The Deputy Commissioner in his order said, �The Orange Zone tag on Dhubri district by the Ministry of Health Affairs, Government of India has been withdrawn with immediate effect and Dhubri district is now coming to normalcy. Normal life has resumed in the district. Business establishments can remain open until 4 pm every day.�
The order further stated that the standalone shops, grocery shops and pharmacies including veterinary clinics will remain open every day, while shopping complexes, cinema halls, shopping malls, salons, beauty parlours, restaurants, gymnasiums, hotels and lodges, etc., will remain closed until further order.
The remaining category of shops will remain open on a rotation basis, stated the order which also said the president/secretary of the Chambers of Commerce will ensure regulating the shops.
Gyani also ordered that the owners of the shops must arrange handwashing and all the workers of their establishments must wear face masks while selling items or working in the establishments and social distancing should also be maintained by the staff and customers.