New Delhi: The Allahabad High Court has appealed to the public to wear masks and follow the rules of social distancing to avoid corona infection. This directive was given by a division bench of Justices Siddharth Verma and Ajit Kumar on a PIL to improve the condition of the quarantine centres and hospitals.
The court has also appealed to lawyers to wear masks in the court premises. The bar association has been asked to make rules for this.
The court said that there is a possibility of infection and rapid spread since unlock 4 has been implemented. The government has implemented Unlock 4 to bring the economy back on track.
After this, it is important to follow the guideline properly in view of the possibility of spreading corona infection, the court observed. The court appealed to the common man to not leave the house without wearing masks and to do their work while maintaining social, physical distance.
– India Legal Bureau