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COVID-19: Haryana govt imposes Rs 500 fine for not wearing mask, spitting in public

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COVID-19: Haryana govt imposes Rs 500 fine for not wearing mask, spitting in public

COVID-19: Haryana govt imposes Rs 500 fine for not wearing mask, spitting in public

While addressing a press conference in Chandigarh on May 27, the Health Minister of Haryana, Anil Vij spoke on coronavirus pandemic.

He said, "Those without masks will be fined Rs 500 and those spitting in public will also be fined Rs 500."

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