GUWAHATI: Guwahati Metropolitan Development Authority(GMDA) has banned visitors’ entry into its office for a period of two weeks due to coronavirus threat. On Saturday, Malay Bora, the Chief Executive Officer, GMDA, served a notice closing the office for public till April 4. Sanatan Das, PRO of the GMDA, said in a release that the CEO has held a discussion with the staff. During the discussion it was decided to ban public entry into the office till April 4. However, the CEO may grant permission to those who have special works in the office. For this such visitors must take prior approval from the CEO. The CEO also directed his staff to use mask and hand sanitizer. On the other hand, the GMDA administration has decided to reduce its working hours to 3pm, the release added.
Coronavirus update: GMDA bans public visit till April 4