All petrol pumps in West Bengal will stay operational on the three days when the state authorities has until now determined to impose full lockdown to stem the unfold of the coronavirus, a senior official of the house division said.
Factories and development works the place labourers keep on-site can even be allowed to perform on the lockdown days.
The administration has determined to impose complete lockdown in the complete state on two days each week until August. The shutdown would be clamped on Thursday and Saturday this week. The measure can even be enforced on Wednesday subsequent week and the second day will be introduced later.
“On the lockdown days (July 23, 25 and 29), petrol pumps will remain open to serve the vehicles that are allowed to ply. Work in factories and construction sites having on- site workers will also be allowed on complete lockdown days,” the official said.
All authorities and private workplaces, industrial institutions, public and private transport, in addition to actions apart from under emergency providers would stay closed on these days.
The functioning of courts, work in agricultural fields and tea gardens, intra-state and inter-state items actions and residential supply of cooked meals would be allowed.
Norms of bodily distancing, sporting of masks, health and hygiene protocol should be strictly adhered to in any respect times, a authorities order said.
Movement of people shall stay strictly prohibited between 10pm to 5am apart from important and emergency actions, it added.