Madras HC to strictly follow Covid-19 protocols from Monday

Madras


Chennai, June 18 : The Madras High Court will strictly follow Covid-19 protocols from Monday amid the spike in cases across Tamil Nadu, as well as the country. The court has made wearing masks, keeping a safe distance and regular sanitation mandatory for lawyers, court staff, litigants and all others who enter the court premises. The High Court registry in a notification said that litigants would not be permitted entry in the court building unless their presence was absolutely necessary. All entrants must undergo a temperature check and ensure that they have sanitised their hands. The notification also said that overcrowding or gathering at the court premises is strictly prohibited. /IANS




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