Permission for film and TV shooting in entire country, Central Government issued SOP- Know what is the guidelines

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Amid the ongoing Coronavirus in the country, the Central Government has allowed the resumption of films and TV shootings that have been closed for almost six months. Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) has been issued for this. Information and Broadcasting Minister Prakash Javadekar gave this information through video message. He said that now films and programs can be shot. For this, social distancing and mask have to be taken care of. Also Read – Chhattisgarh Coronavirus Update: 568 new positive cases were found in Chhattisgarh one day, the worst condition of these districts including the capital

The Union Minister said that only those who are in front of the camera will not put on masks. Masks will be mandatory behind the camera and for everyone in the production. Javadekar said that this decision of the government will work for Sanjeevani for the closed film industry. He said that people will definitely welcome it. Because it is an important stop for our economy. This step has been taken towards restarting all the wheels of our economy.

The Union Minister said that all the states across the country should also accept it. Also, if any other condition is to be put in them, then you can put it. Javadekar said that this will definitely give a boost to the economy.

  • Guidelines issued by the government
    Masks will be mandatory for cast and crew. Actors living in front of the camera will be exempt from this.
    High-risk employees need to be extra careful. They will not have to work in the frontline.
    Everyone has to use the Arogya Setu app.
    Thermal screening will have to be arranged at all entry points.
    Only people with no symptoms will be given entry inside.
    It will be necessary to maintain a distance of 6 feet.
    A seating arrangement has to be made keeping in mind the social distancing.
    There should be at least members of the cast and crew during the shoot.
    Visitors and audiences will not be allowed on the set.
    Washrooms, vanity vans, sets, makeup rooms have to be sanitized daily.
    Makeup artists and hairstylists have to wear PPE kits.

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