Meghalaya is all set to reopen its religious places and places of worship from August 16 after 16-month closure.
The state government has now decided to ease all its restrictions by allowing religious places across the state to reopen from August 16.
While addressing the media personnel, Deputy CM in-charge Health and Family Welfare Preston Stated that all the worship and religious places will be allowed to reopen from August 16.
He added that there will be a limit on the number of people allowed to visit religious places or places of worship, which is not more than one-third.
He also stated that SOP and notifications will be issued by the chief secretary within a few days.
He also urged people to follow the COVID protocols, and requested all religious organisations to ensure the covid SOPs are strictly adhered.