Disinfectants are lacking at ATMs, risk of infection for people – disinfectants are lacking at ATMs, risk of infection

Manjhanpur ATMs can add to the suffering of the people in the face of the growing corona infection in the district. People come to the stalls to withdraw money, but most ATMs don’t have disinfectant.
There are hundreds of ATMs in urban and rural areas in Doaba. Just as the second wave of Corona is accelerating the transition, there is no particular seriousness at the ATM stands. Invisible standards appeared at various ATMs in and around the city on Thursday.
Here there is no such seriousness in infection prevention that follows the covid guideline. ATM owners Anil and Naveen said that reasonable and satisfactory precautions should be taken at these booths to prevent the increasing pace of infection. But there’s a lack of basic system sanitizer here, ignoring Kovid guidelines, etc.
Most ATMs are short of cash
Manjhanpur Most of the ATMs from various banks that drive from the city to the rural areas remain blocked. There are more than a dozen ATMs from various banks in Manjhanpur alone. Aside from one or two, the rest either remain serverless or lack money. In such a situation, people do not receive any money on the occasion of the lagna.
Bank responsibilities have been instructed to use disinfectants at ATMs and to emphasize social distancing and the use of masks to prevent corona infection. ATM card holders should also be vigilant. -LDM-Sanjeev Kumar Srivastava

Manjhanpur ATMs can add to the suffering of the people in the face of the growing corona infection in the district. People come to the stalls to withdraw money, but most ATMs don’t have disinfectant.

Doaba has hundreds of ATMs in both urban and rural areas. Since the transition to the second wave of Corona is quick, the ATMs are not particularly severe. Invisible standards appeared at various ATMs in and around the city on Thursday.

Here there is no such seriousness in infection prevention that follows the covid guideline. ATM owners Anil and Naveen said that reasonable and satisfactory precautions should be taken at these booths to prevent the increasing pace of infection. But there’s a lack of basic system sanitizer here, ignoring Kovid guidelines, etc.

Most ATMs are short of cash

Manjhanpur Most of the ATMs from various banks that drive from the city to the rural areas remain blocked. There are more than a dozen ATMs from various banks in Manjhanpur alone. Aside from one or two, the rest either remain serverless or lack money. In such a situation, people do not receive any money on the occasion of the lagna.

Bank responsibilities have been directed to use disinfectant at ATMs and to emphasize social distancing and the use of masks to prevent corona infection. ATM card holders should also be vigilant. -LDM-Sanjeev Kumar Srivastava

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