Religious places as covid-19 Centers - watch out

The swatch Bharat Abhiyan had brought In good awareness about cleanliness and prevention of diseases,but with the advent of Covid -19 it had shown the loop holes in our system governed by religious leanings.
Hindu religious places have the following problems to be guarded about.1-overcrowding of temples , 2-static water bodies for ablutions , 3- sweet shops selling as Prasad in Unhygienic conditions 4- hotels of all types with very poor Infrastructure and hygiene 5- cow sheds and dairy supplying groups.
Muslim religious places have overcrowding , personal greeting habbits like hugging and pecking on cheek,static water collection for ablutions , Unhygienic way side eat shops Of sweets and tea .
Unless we stop these congregations in religious places we cannot prevent , covid-19 spread. Empty all static water bodies for ablutions or chlorinate it heavily daily or purify continuously by machines.
Until the curve of incidence comes down , vaccines arrive , Nidus of Infection removed by closing panbeedi shops, take care of cowsheds and dairy shops for anti covid measures ,we cannot expect the incidence to come down .
Let the central govt insist on state govts to come hard on religious places and help in reducing the incidence of covid. more  

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Nice presentation and notified out Good points and suggestions. more  
Self discipline and strictly following the SOP is the only solution to reduce Covid infections. more  
Very appropriate suggestion for all religious population. We must take care of our fellow brothers and sisters by exercising self descipline and strictly following hygiene rules. more  
I agree strict COVID SOP must be prescribed and enforced with penalties. SOP must be displayed as Notice at all religious places. more  
Thank you sir On Mon, Aug 10, 2020 at 7:19 PM Prabhakarrao Yerragunta <> wrote: > more  
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