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Bhubaneswar Municipal Corporation released a list of shops that will remain closed

Bhubaneswar:20/3/20: As a precautionary measure to combat COVID-19, the Bhubaneswar Municipal Corporation (BMC) today released a list of shops that will remain closed in its territorial jurisdiction until further orders.

The following are the types of Shops/Showrooms/Go-Downs within the territorial jurisdiction of BMC which will remain close.

  1. Jewelry Show Rooms & Shops
  2. Electronic Appliances Showrooms and Shops
  3. Four Wheeler / Automobile / By-Cycle Show Rooms
  4. Sport Item and Equipment Showrooms
  5. Furniture Showrooms and Go-Downs
  6. Shoes and bags Showrooms
  7. Marble / Tile / Go-Downs
  8. Watch Showrooms and Shops
  9. Home Paint Shops/Go-downs
  10. Books & Magazine Stores
  11. Gift Item Stores/Invitation Card storesBesides, the shops selling food items such as groceries, vegetables, meat, chicken, egg and other essential conveniences and daily need items shall have to maintain social distancing of two meters among the customers and staff of the shops as well.

    They will have to follow the social distancing measures and SOPs issued in this context by the Government of Odisha and Bhubaneswar Municipal Corporation from time to time, the BMC stated.

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