ISNA / Kurdistan The governor of Baneh announced that it is forbidden to set up tents in public places in Baneh.
The governor of Baneh, Ismail Rostampour, announced the news: to prevent the spread of the corona virus, it is forbidden to set up tents in the parks and public places of this city during the Nowruz holiday.
He added: “In order to prevent the spread of the corona virus, travelers should be accommodated in hotels and guesthouses in accordance with hygienic procedures.”
He said: “None of the guest houses in Baneh have a permit and passenger accommodation in these places is prohibited and there are 1,200 beds for overnight accommodation in seven hotels and five guesthouses where all travelers must be accommodated.”
Rostampour, referring to the continuous monitoring of the market and public places, said: “Three joint teams monitor the market and seven health teams monitor the market and public centers.”
He said: the situation of Baneh city is yellow in terms of corona and it is predicted that 30,000 passengers will enter the city daily and at least 500,000 passengers will travel to Baneh during the Nowruz holidays.
The governor of Baneh city pointed out that due to the outbreak of the corona virus, cultural workers will not be accommodated in schools this year.
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