The company had intimated on June 2, 2021, about the opening of showrooms on an alternate days with restrictions in time to prevent & contain the spread of Novel Coronavirus (Covid-19). The operations have been affected since April 2021 due to second wave of coronavirus outbreak.
“The company will strictly follow the Covid-19 guidelines and allt he directives issued by the state Governments and local administration in this regard. We are also taking all the necessary measures like social distancing, temperature testing, providing masks, gloves and sanitizers etc. to ensure safety and well-being of all the employees and workers. We will continue to monitor the situation and take al] appropriate actions /measures in line with regulatory requirements,” company said in a filing on Wednesday.
At around 10.57 AM, Aditya Vision Limited was trading at Rs451.45 per piece up Rs8.85 or 2.00% on the BSE.