Restrictions imposed on entry into Seaside Street from August 7

Guests to not be allowed after 5.30 p.m. on weekends and public holidays

Guests to not be allowed after 5.30 p.m. on weekends and public holidays

The district administration has determined to cease the entry of individuals to Seaside Street on Saturdays, Sundays in addition to public holidays from 5.30 p.m. until the subsequent day morning in view of the COVID-19 pandemic and improve within the variety of guests alongside Seaside Street stretch throughout each weekend.

District Collector A. Mallikarjuna knowledgeable this in a press launch on Friday. The brand new norm might be relevant from August 7.

Within the lately held assessment meet beneath the chairmanship of Tourism Minister M. Srinivasa Rao, there was a dialogue on enormous crowds thronging Seaside Street on weekends and public holidays. Although the police appealed the guests to observe security protocol, a lot of individuals are discovered with out masks and bodily distancing was not being adopted.

Throughout the meet, the Well being Division officers and political representatives expressed concern over the problem and prompt the Minister to shut Seaside Street on weekends. In view of the solutions, the Collector agreed to impose restrictions. He additionally appealed to individuals to strictly adhere to COVID-19 protocol.

The administration’s resolution was nicely obtained by the general public. In truth the pictures of crowded Seaside Street are being circulated in social media, the place the denizens expressed concern. In the meantime, a number of individuals are asking the officers to shut the Jodugulapalem to Tenneti Park stretch additionally.

“After the Bangaldesh ship MVV Maa ran aground close to Tenneti park, the guests quantity to Seaside close to Tenneti park has doubled. After closure of Seaside Street, there may be chance of crowd shifting right here,” stated P. Janardhan, a resident of Visalakshi Nagar.

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