According to a statement issued by the NCOC, working hours in shopping malls and parks and the requirement of 50 percent staff to work from home have been abolished, while indoor wedding ceremonies under SOPs have also been abolished. Permission will be granted from March 15, but SOPs will continue to be implemented regarding masks and social distances.
The NCOC says that according to SOPs, local body and Kent board elections will be held in May and June, while PSL matches have also been approved to increase the number of spectators to 50 percent. Later in the play-off matches, all spectators will be allowed to come under the SOPs. In addition, the NCOC has also given permission to open shrines and cinemas from March 15.