Operations at the fishing harbor halted to practice the social distancing norms


There would a hustle-bustle at the fishing harbor and forget about the distancing there would be a rush because of the crowd. And as the pandemic is escalating at a higher rate spreading from person to person cause of its contagiousness, it is better to avoid or the stop the mass gatherings to halt the spread of the novel coronavirus.

Seeing the current scenario a ban has been imposed as of now at the fishing harbor.

Usually in the morning hours there would be retailers, consumers and auctioneers and practicing the social norms were becoming stringent. Hence after having a review meeting with the officials, this call was taken.

Previously there would be a ban period at the fishing harbor, allowing the fishes to grow, but now the ban period have started ahead in consideration with the lockdown


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