Deepavali is scheduled to be celebrated on November 14. During the Deepavali festival, many people in Tamil Nadu usually buy new clothes, jewelery and household items.
As the Deepavali festival approaches, crowds are flocking to the Thiyagaraya Nagar area of Chennai to pick up new clothes. People who do not consider the corona as an end in itself are buying things that should leave the social space flying in the air.
With Deepavali just two weeks away, many people are flocking to Ranganathan Street in Thiyagaraya Nagar, Chennai to buy their favorite items. Many people have no fear of corona infection, no idea of following social gaps, no concern about wearing a mask. the police are sending back those who do not wear masks.
Customers who do not wear a mask should not be allowed. Police have advised shops to have a mandatory disinfectant and to follow the social gap. When you look at the crowd that comes to buy goods for the shops, even though the mask is worn by many, there is still no chance of breaking into the social space.