Increasing crowd in the markets that invite the third wave

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Gondola. People who are passionate about Bakrid shopping completely ignore the Kovid Protocol. The crowds of people pushing into the markets without masks and social distance are once again intimidating for fear of a third wave. After the Saturday and Sunday closings, there was a lot of crowding in the open markets. Since it was a Monday, believers were even seen in Shiva temples who disregarded the Corona protocol.
On the one hand, from PM to CM, they keep saying that the cases of corona infections may have decreased, but caution is still advised. The slightest inattention can make the fearful third wave more dangerous.
To forget this advice, not to wear a mask and to forget the physical distance, people have taken it back to their everyday lives. In the city’s Chowk Bazar, Malviya Nagar, Rani Bazar, masks were missing on the faces of the buyer and the shopkeeper who wanted to shop for Bakrid.
Unimpressed by the corona infection, people are busy shopping in the city’s lively Chowk market without adhering to the covid rules. Here, in addition to the customer, the shopkeepers are completely carefree with the Kovid protocol. As before, there was a row in the shops and markets over the purchase of goods.
The patients who come for treatment in the district hospital are also seen completely carefree about the third wave of corona infections. The hospital administration does not ask the patients who come to the OPD to adhere to the covid protocol, nor are the patients and their companions seen according to the corona rules. Because of this, there is a rush of people from OPD to wards. In which the masks are missing from most people’s faces, while hospital staff also avoid the masks.
Under the Corona Protocol, the government has ordered malls to run at fifty percent customer capacity, but due to the holiday season, more than half a dozen malls operating in the district will be overcrowded. Where most people shop without masks. The necessary Kovid helpdesk is also missing at the entrance to these shopping centers.

Gondola. People who are passionate about Bakrid shopping completely ignore the Kovid Protocol. The crowds of people pushing into the markets without masks and social distance are once again intimidating for fear of a third wave. After the Saturday and Sunday closings, there was a lot of crowding in the open markets. Since it was a Monday, believers were even seen in Shiva temples who disregarded the Corona protocol.

On the one hand, from PM to CM, they keep saying that the cases of corona infections may have decreased, but caution is still advised. The slightest inattention can make the fearful third wave more dangerous.

To forget this advice, not to wear a mask and to forget the physical distance, people have taken it back to their everyday lives. In the city’s Chowk Bazar, Malviya Nagar, Rani Bazar, masks were missing on the faces of the buyer and the shopkeeper who wanted to shop for Bakrid.

Unimpressed by the corona infection, people are busy shopping in the city’s lively Chowk market without adhering to the covid rules. Here, in addition to the customer, the shopkeepers are completely carefree with the Kovid protocol. As before, there was a row in the shops and markets over the purchase of goods.

The patients who come for treatment in the district hospital are also seen completely carefree about the third wave of corona infections. The hospital administration does not ask the patients who come to the OPD to adhere to the covid protocol, nor are the patients and their companions seen according to the corona rules. Because of this, there is a rush of people from OPD to wards. In which the masks are missing from most people’s faces, while hospital staff also avoid the masks.

Under the Corona Protocol, the government has ordered malls to run at fifty percent customer capacity, but due to the holiday season, more than half a dozen malls operating in the district will be overcrowded. Where most people shop without masks. The necessary Kovid helpdesk is also missing at the entrance to these shopping centers.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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