Jharkhand allows visitors at religious places, offline classes | India News

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RANCHI: The Jharkhand government on Tuesday allowed entry of visitors to religious places, including the famous Baidyanath Dham temple in Deoghar and allowed setting up of Durga puja pandals subject to compliance of Covid-19 protocol.
The government also allowed offline classes for all undergraduate and postgraduate classes in colleges.
Offline classes have been allowed from classes 6 to 8 in schools, while all sports activities have been allowed to be organised without spectators.
Bars and restaurants were allowed to open till 11 pm, as per the decision taken at a meeting of Jharkhand State Disaster Management Authority under the chairmanship of chief minister Hemant Soren.
“Permission has been given for the entry of devotees at all religious places. It will be mandatory for concerned persons (priest, panda, imam, pastor etc) at the religious places to have taken at least one dose…

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