Book Ikea India management for Covid violations

Look in attached friends how crowding is happening in Ikea store in Bangalore.

The management of ikea needs to be charged for causing covid norms violations by giving entry to so many people.

This is at a time when BA.5 variants of omicron are spreading in Bangalore.

Please escalate for police/health dept action Localcircles more  

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It is the people who are irresponsible! Knowing that they can screw up their lives, they deliberately break Covid19 rules and blame establishments? Individual Citizens are responsible for their own health. Not the government, and definitely not IKEA. Caveat Emptor, let the buyer beware holds good everywhere. more  
Who is responsible, the Ikea or the people who are crowding there, while there must be hundreds of shops in city like Bengaluru ? Since there are no official restrictions now a days, how the government agencies can interfere? As a responsible citizen of the nation, we, the common people have also some responsibilities to discharge instead of depending on the government for everything. more  
How can you stop customers from entering a shop when they are bonafide? Since these are early days it will be like this, after a while it will slow down. Like Tiru says, wear a mask and maintain your distance. You will have to live with covid like symptoms in the future more  
They are more irresponsible - GROSSLY IRRESPONSIBLE. more  
Those who spend their lives perpetually in fear of covid (cold cough fever) should stay cocooned within their home! Why impose your unfounded fears on others? more  
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