Jaipur: Restaurant sealed as employees test Covid positive | Jaipur News

JAIPUR: The district administration on Wednesday issued orders to seal Kanha restaurant in Vaishali Nagar till further orders as some of its employees had tested positive for Covid-19.
Additional chief executive officer (CEO) Zila Parishad Jaipur and incident commander Dipanshu Sangwan issued the order to seize the restaurant.
Sangwan said the restaurant was allowed to operate only for ‘take away’ facility as per Covid guidelines. But according to him, as some of its employees tested positive, other employees and customers were at risk of contracting the infection. “While some of the restaurant’s employees live on the premises, while many come from other areas of the city,” he said.
“In view of this, under various sections of Disaster Management Act, 2005, and Rajasthan Epidemic Diseases Act, special assistant engineer of municipal corporation, Chitrakoot, has been instructed to seal Kanha Restaurant/ Saawariya Sweets Private Limited, Vaishali Nagar, till further orders.”
Meanwhile, collector Antar Singh Nehra on Wednesday inspected the private oxygen plants at Vishwakarma Industrial area in Jaipur on Wednesday. He instructed them to enhance the production of liquid oxygen production and bottling capacity in order to meet the requirements of the hospitals in Jaipur.
3 IAS officials on Covid duty
In a bid to control the spread of Covid infection in the state, the state government on Friday temporarily handed over the services of three IAS officers – Bharti Dikshit, Tina Dabi and Pradeep K Gawande – to the secretary, medical, health and family welfare till further orders.
Meanwhile, the legal metrology team on Wednesday issued a penalty of Rs 12,500 on two shopkeepers in Ajmer and Nagaur districts for profiteering, black marketing and selling of essential commodities at a price higher than MRP. Naveen Jain, secretary, department of consumer affairs, said that a case was registered against Bhaisaheb Food Products, Ajmer, for selling food items without registration. A fine of Rs 7,500 was imposed on the firm.

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