Bandi – Decision to close up to 30 stores in Mailani

Closed market in Malanyi. conversation
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Mailani (Lakhimpur Kheri). In light of the rapidly growing corona infection, the Board of Trade announced that the market would be closed until April 30th. During this time, shops selling groceries, vegetables, fruit, milk, etc. will be open from ten to two. In such a situation, the prisoner succeeded on the first day.
The market was completely closed after two o’clock on Monday. In light of the dealers’ decision, police also announced the closure of stores after two o’clock with a loudspeaker.
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Amit Arora of the Shyam Bihari Guch Trade Bureau said there had been eight to ten deaths in the city in three to four days, the cause of which could not be established. The detention was decided by April 30th, with the consensus of the traders to break the corona chain.
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Shyam Bihari Chamber of Commerce Secretary General Raju Khan said the market prisoner was announced to break the corona chain and bring terror to people’s hearts, which is supported by the traders.
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Decision to open shops in Palia from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Paliyakalan. Given the increasing transition from Kovid-19, a meeting of the Mishra Group Municipal Trade Department was organized regarding the crowd in the markets. In which it was decided to open shops from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The traders unanimously decided to open the Palia bazaar Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. to keep important items out of this period. The curfew for Corona imposed by the government on Saturday and Sunday is in full swing. On this occasion the President of the Business Department, Anoop Mishra, the General Secretary Chand Kumar Jain, the Treasurer Anil Verma, the District President of the Youth Business Department, Udayveer Singh, the President of Tehsil, Balram Gupta, the General Secretary, Rajiv Gupta, the Senior Vice President, Ashish Agnihotri, the general secretary of the district, Zafar Ahmad Titu, Anil Mishra, Naveen Jain The main business people including the dialogue were present
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Merchants don’t sell goods to customers without putting on masks
Bankeganj. Merchants in the city do not sell goods to customers without a mask. All other facilities will remain closed, with the exception of essential services on Saturday and Sunday due to weekly closings. The decision was made on Monday evening at the meeting of the young traders in the main market.
Young traders from Bankeganj Town, Nitesh Kumar, Bholu, Rahul Maheshwari, Ravi Jaiswal, Avneesh Gupta, Ashish Maheshwari, Akshat Tandon, Bholu Tandon, Rajeev Jaiswal etc. asked the traders to close the facility two days a week in view of the increase in risk appealed to corona infection. The young business people unanimously asked the traders to use masks themselves and to make their employees wear masks. When a customer arrives to buy the goods without a mask, ask them to put the mask on. If the customer does not attach a mask or handkerchief afterwards, the retailer should not sell the goods to him. Young business people have also put up posters stating that they will not enter the store without masking their facilities. conversation
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Outbound screening
Paliyakalan. The health department screened visitors from the outside at the city’s main cinema intersection along with the train and bus stations.
The team also checks the temperature of people coming from outside and notes their names and addresses. According to the Ministry of Health, 228 people whose names, addresses and cell phone numbers are also entered in the register have been screened in the last fifteen days.
The team said that some people are reluctant to conduct the investigation and go from right to left, so their names are not on the register. conversation
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Malani’s lack of essential medicines
Rubbish. Given the persistent fever and cough in the coronacal, some drugs, including acetaminophen, have been delayed, including antiallergic ivermectin, antibiotic azithromycin, and vitamin C to increase immunity. A medical store owner said these drugs are also not available externally and there is no disinfectant. conversation

Mailani (Lakhimpur Kheri). In light of the rapidly growing corona infection, the Board of Trade announced that the market would be closed until April 30th. During this time, shops selling groceries, vegetables, fruit, milk, etc. will be open from ten to two. In such a situation, the prisoner succeeded on the first day.

The market was completely closed after two o’clock on Monday. In light of the dealers’ decision, police also announced the closure of stores after two o’clock with a loudspeaker.

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Amit Arora of the Shyam Bihari Guch Trade Bureau said there had been eight to ten deaths in the city in three to four days, the cause of which could not be established. The detention was decided by April 30th, with the consensus of the traders to break the corona chain.

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Shyam Bihari Chamber of Commerce Secretary General Raju Khan said the market prisoner was announced to break the corona chain and bring terror to people’s hearts, which is supported by the traders.

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Decision to open shops in Palia from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Paliyakalan. Given the increasing transition from Kovid-19, a meeting of the Mishra Group Municipal Trade Department was organized regarding the crowd in the markets. In which it was decided to open shops from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

The traders unanimously decided to open the Palia bazaar Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. to keep important items out of this period. The curfew for Corona imposed by the government on Saturday and Sunday is in full swing. On this occasion the President of the Business Department, Anoop Mishra, the General Secretary Chand Kumar Jain, the Treasurer Anil Verma, the District President of the Youth Business Department, Udayveer Singh, the President of Tehsil, Balram Gupta, the General Secretary, Rajiv Gupta, the Senior Vice President, Ashish Agnihotri, the general secretary of the district, Zafar Ahmad Titu, Anil Mishra, Naveen Jain The main business people including the dialogue were present

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Merchants don’t sell goods to customers without putting on masks

Bankeganj. Merchants in the city do not sell goods to customers without a mask. All other facilities will remain closed, with the exception of essential services on Saturday and Sunday due to weekly closings. The decision was made on Monday evening at the meeting of the young traders in the main market.

Young traders from Bankeganj Town, Nitesh Kumar, Bholu, Rahul Maheshwari, Ravi Jaiswal, Avneesh Gupta, Ashish Maheshwari, Akshat Tandon, Bholu Tandon, Rajeev Jaiswal etc. asked the traders to close the facility two days a week in view of the increase in risk appealed to corona infection. The young business people unanimously asked the traders to use masks themselves and to make their employees wear masks. When a customer arrives to buy the goods without a mask, ask them to put the mask on. If the customer does not attach a mask or handkerchief afterwards, the retailer should not sell the goods to him. Young business people have also put up posters stating that they will not enter the store without masking their facilities. conversation

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Outbound screening

Paliyakalan. The health department screened visitors from the outside at the city’s main cinema intersection along with the train and bus stations.

The team also checks the temperature of people coming from outside and notes their names and addresses. According to the Ministry of Health, 228 people whose names, addresses and cell phone numbers are also entered in the register have been screened in the last fifteen days.

The team said that some people are reluctant to conduct the investigation and go from right to left, so their names are not on the register. conversation

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Malani’s lack of essential medicines

Rubbish. Given the persistent fever and cough in the coronacal, some drugs, including acetaminophen, have been delayed, including antiallergic ivermectin, antibiotic azithromycin, and vitamin C to increase immunity. A medical store owner said these drugs are also not available externally and there is no disinfectant. conversation

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