The month of June has been a good month for business and entertainment. The state's unlock order granted them the freedom to remain open and serve the customers day and night until regular closing time. However, with this freedom, the establishments have had a lot to deal with to ensure a covid free environment and practices to increase footfall.
With this said, restaurants and pubs are buzzing with people as the lockdown had stopped the party scene for a while, and now that it's back, it's just happening at a whole new level. The current scenario is seeing all prime locations and party places full of people and the social media handles of these venues full of schedules of various events lined up. The weekdays at these venues pre covid and also during the restart towards the end of 2020 wasn't so crowded compared to the current working days where pubs are overflowing with people.
With the dine-in and entertainment business picking up rapidly there is one thing that has also flown out of the window at the same pace. The following of social distancing, all covid protocols by guests and staff of the places are invisible. So many pubs with the same spot for dance and drinking and eating are full of people without masks, and the management is at fault for not having a limited entry and not arranging seating at a distance.
The places have temperature checks at the entrance, but the scenario post entry is different. The whole point of a meal or a drink is so compromised as complained by many people who were shocked to find the crowd at large in these places. The other way to spot the increasing public has been the drinking and driving cases shooting up. Videos of zero social distancing are viral on the internet, and people are wary of the situation a few months later if the government or high court does not have a say in this. With the third wave soon approaching the state of Telangana such high levels of negligence is a recipe for disaster.