Shops and biz can stay open 24*7

Shops and businesses with 10 or more employees can now remain open 24x7 in Karnataka. Move applicable for next 3 yrs could prove landmark for reviving economy.

Good move!!! How will govt ensure safety of shops and shoppers? more  

Whatever be the working hours, we should follow safeguard measures as the risk is still there. We should think not only about ourselves but also about the society. more  
While this is a good move, it can impact small businesses as they may not be able to provide the required infrastructure. It is also going to increase the overheads of the business on account of electricity consumption ,safety protocols, transporting women during night hours. more  
Long overdue measure. Of course, owners should ensure safety of employees within the premises and also while travelling to and fro from the premises. more  
Just follow the instructions and the protocol. Just because the government allowed all business to open 24X7 one does not have to go all shops and business.What you need you should shop.Don't go for window shopping or make a group to loiter around streets. Shops and shoppers should take care of themselves and if they can't don't open the shop and "shoppers" will not come.
Do you expect the Government to protect the loitering,lazy bums who spread not only diseases but a danger to law abiding citizens. more  
What do mean lazy bums??? nobody has the time to loiter ...everybody is financially drained...what do think? everybody who goes out is spreading diseases??? You are a lazy Bum afraid of a disease which is communicated to scare brainless people like you....you hide in your house or in your bathroom...and feel safe. what's wrong in going out in groups, Man is a social animal and needs friends. what is wrong in window shopping---if not today after somedays later a person can purchase. Window shopping helps in planning. Life should be on a normal track now on. ENOUGH OF THIS COVID DRAMA more  
This is another way of inviting Covid 19 Virus more  
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