Further easing curbs, the Tamil Nadu
government on Sunday allowed 17 industrial estates here to resumework from tomorrow with conditions, including confining the workforceto 25 per cent and implementing safety measures.
The industrial estates situated in non-containment zones, inclduing the Ambattur and Guindy clusters here can resume work from May 25, the government said, adding however employees residingin containment zones would not be allowed to report for work.
The strength of the workers should be capped at 25 per cent and thermal scanners must be used for screening employees, an official release said.
Following social distancing, disinfecting work places twice a day and practising personal hygiene were among the other norms that should be implemented.
The industries in the clusters are expected to resume work partially from tomorrow after a gap of two months.
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