New Delhi: A day after relaxing norms, the Edappadi Palaniswami-led Tamil Nadu government on Sunday released a list of the shops and services that will be allowed to function from Monday, May 11 in less COVID-19 affected areas.  Earlier on Saturday, the government issued a statement and  allowed tea stalls, stand-alone shops to reopen from May 11, subject to certain conditions.Also Read - Latest Tamil Nadu Omicron-Related Travel Guidelines For People Visiting The State

Besides, shops in Chennai selling essential items can also function from Monday between 6 am and 7 pm and other standalone neighbourhood shops between 10.30 am and 6 pm. Also Read - Madhya Pradesh: Two Foreign Return People Test Covid Positive; Sample Sent For Genome Sequencing

The government notification also allowed fuel outlets in Chennai to function from 6 am to 6 pm. Fuel outlets outside Chennai can function between 6 am and 8 pm while those on the highways will remain 24 hours. Also Read - Flying to UK? Country Tightens Travel Rules As Omicron Looms | Deets Inside

Check out the list of shops, services allowed to function from Monday 

Tea shops,
bakeries (Only parcel)
Hotels and restaurants (Only take away)
Grocery, vegetable and fruit stores
Shops selling Construction material
Sanitaryware, and hardware selling shops
Electronic, computers, mobile phones and repairing stores
Shops selling household items and appliances
Shops selling and repairing motors- Spectacles and eyeware stores
Small jewelry stores without air conditioning
Small clothing and apparel stores without air conditioning in rural areas
Furniture shops
Roadside pushcarts
Dry Cleaning shops
Xerox shops
2 wheelers and 4 wheelers sales/service centre
Country chemist shops
Agri products and pesticides selling shops
Tile, paint and automobile spare parts shops
Shops selling wooden and plywood material