Due to the increasing outbreak of Coronavirus, many people are not able to do shopping. There is no crowd in the market. During the Diwali season, people are buying things online instead of shopping in the market. But there was such a crowd at a Kumaran Silks Shop in Chennai, people were surprised to see this. The video became increasingly viral on social media, while the Chennai Municipal Corporation officials sealed the shop. IPS officer Arun Bothra has also reacted to the video.
While sharing the video, Arun Bothra wrote in the caption, ‘Sari shop in Chennai, Corona can not even enter, crowds are watching …’ Video can be seen in two floor shop Up and down is overcrowded. People are breaking up to buy saris. No one followed social distilling at the shop. In the shop, people ripped open rules.
He shared this video on October 20, which has so far had more than 2 lakh views. Also, more than 12 thousand likes and 2 thousand re-tweets have been done.
In a tweet, the Chennai Corporation (GCC) said, ‘A shop in T Nagar was closed and sealed today as they allowed excessive congestion and did not follow the COVID-19 security protocol. Other shops that do not follow the protocol will also be sealed. The shop owner was requested to strictly follow the security protocol.
The Tamil Nadu government had earlier issued an SOP, while allowing standalone shops to reopen as part of the phased unlocking of the economy. These SOPs include regulating penetration to prevent congestion, using sanitizers and face masks, and maintaining social distancing.