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More Time For Aahar

State Government has extended the timing of the Aahaar Centres in a move to slow down movement of crowd and de-congest Aahar Centres.

G Mathivathnan, Principal Secretary Housing & Urban Development has issued orders to all Municipal Commissioners and Executive Officers of Municipalities and Notified Area Councils (NAC)s in this regard.
He said Aahar Centres will continue as usual but with extension of time and the serving time during day will now be extended from 10 AM to 4 PM.

This is done to slow down the movement of crowd & de-congest the Centres, pointed our Principal Secretary.
 As per advise the People have to make a queue in the Aahaar Centre and the distance between two individuals should be minimum 1.5 meter.
To regulate the queue and maintain discipline, the help of Police/home guards need to be solicited, advised he.
The order said the entry side of the Aahaar Centres should have, hand wash system placed outside the building with liquid soap/soap and people need to wash their hand before they enter the queue in the Aahaar Centres.
 

Principal Secretary has advised that Temporary hand wash counters (adequate numbers) usually provided during wedding and other social functions may be brought on hire from Tent Houses or suppliers.

This hand wash facilities should be kept outside the Aahaar Centres so that people before joining the queue can wash hands and use after taking the food which will help in decongesting the hand wash area inside the hall, advised he.
All efforts should be made to decongest the Aahaar Centres. If required people may be encouraged to carry the plate with food to outside the Centres for eating & bins may be kept outside for placing the used plates, said the Official Order.
For purchasing coupon/token for food beneficiaries may be asked to drop their money inside the box kept for the purpose to minimize the physical contacts. The front office or the token counter should be regularly sanitized, said Mr.Mathivathanan.
He has asked officials for adequate drinking water facilities should be provided outside the hall which will help in decongestion. The external water supply facilities can be made available on hiring basis temporarily.
Rigorous cleaning and sanitizing using disinfectants may be made to make the centre hygienic.
The staff managing the AAHAAR Centres should be regularly sensitized on the above instructions, pointed out the Principal Secretary.
 


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