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Oct 14, 2021
8:37PM

Tamil Nadu govt decides to reopen worship places on all days

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The Tamil Nadu Government has decided to reopen worship places on all days including the weekend. The relaxation comes into effect immediately.

Chief Minister M.K. Stalin today said that Standard operating Procedures should be followed by all during this festive season. He said that all shops and restaurants will be allowed to function till 11 pm.

From 1st November , Schools and Anganwadis will be allowed to function for all classes. Teachers, Care takers and Cooks at schools should be vaccinated. Public will be allowed to Beaches on Sundays. Weddings are restricted to 100 participants. Shops and Restaurants are allowed to be opened.

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