Bhubaneswar (Odisha) [India], June 30 (ANI): Liquor outlets which have been shut for over three months because of the coronavirus disaster are all set to re-open from Wednesday.
As per the official order of the Excise Division of Odisha Authorities, “Counter sale of FMFl/ IMFL/wine/Beer/RTD within the licensed IMFL OFF and ON Outlets shall be allowed along with dwelling supply of this stuff from July 1.”
“Nonetheless, Authorities has restricted the opening hours of outlets from 7 am to six pm to keep away from the night crowd and ON outlets are being allowed to function as OFF outlets for counter sale, as it is going to improve the numbers of shops, will thus assist in checking the overcrowding,” the order reads.
With a view to regulate the gang at outlets a web based system for the era of e-token for slot reserving has been developed by Odisha State Beverage Company (OSBC).
The retailers must make use of extra manpower with particular duty to make sure rules of queues and sustaining of social distancing norms by clients.
The retailers can even have to make sure all of the workers of their outlets use face masks and regularly sanitize the outlets, in addition they can not entertain clients with out face masks and people violating social distancing norms, the order mentioned. (ANI)