Unvaccinated People Are Now Banned From Buying Groceries and Fuel in Some Parts of India

🇮🇳💉@COVID19Up: In Aurangabad, a city in the Maharashtra state of India, the government on Tuesday (Nov. 9) restricted the sale of groceries and fuel only to people who have taken at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.

The order directed authorities of fair price shops, gas agencies and petrol pumps to check the COVID-19 vaccination certificates of customers. Only those citizens that can prove they’ve had one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine will be able to get groceries and fuel.

If the order is not followed, the government will take action against the violators, under the Disaster Management Act and the Epidemic Diseases Act.

The Aurangabad Municipal Corporation has also started checking vaccination certificates of people coming into government or private offices, and directed petrol pumps to obtain COVID-19 vaccine proof from all customers starting November 30.

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