Gujarat, December 2: Gujarat High Court ordered compulsory community service at COVID-19 care centres for those who do not wear masks. It has directed the State Government to issue a notification regarding the same.
The Gujarat High Court on Friday said that imposition of a fine on not wearing masks is not acting as a sufficient deterrent amongst the public and the State Government may consider making violators work at Covid-19 centres. India's COVID-19 Tally Nears 95 Lakh With 36,604 New Infections Reported in Past 24 Hours.
Compulsory Community Services at COVID-19 Centres For Those Who Don't Wear Masks
Gujarat High Court orders compulsory community service at COVID19 care centres for those who do not wear masks, directs State Government to issue a notification pic.twitter.com/7EMYx1kKbZ
— ANI (@ANI) December 2, 2020
The number of cases has been on the rise over the past couple of months. BJP's Rajya Sabha member from Gujarat, Abhay Bhardwaj passed away in a Chennai hospital on December 1. He was undergoing treatment for COVID-19.
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