Open Market – Shops stayed open, bypassing the rules and instructions.

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Ghazipur. Shops were even opened in the district during the weekly Bandh, bypassing the rules and regulations. Markets remained open in different parts of the city and the buying of goods continued. On the other hand, imprisonment remained ineffective in rural areas as well. In addition, social distancing has also been openly blown. Most did not wear masks, while the two meter distance was ignored. Since the morning there has been a rush of passengers near the Muhammadabad and Zamania bus stops in Rauza town. In addition, through the opening of stores on handcarts and street vendors, goods were sold, including fruit, vegetables and other goods. Apart from that, people kept buying tea and other goods in shops by bypassing the rules. There was movement in other markets including Mahuabagh, Mishra Bazar, Lanka, City Railway Station, Lal Darwaza, Gorabazar in town. Even the policemen who obeyed the rules were negligent. In rural areas, shopkeepers opened shops selling rations and other items as early as the morning. Social distancing continued to exist in stores. People did not wear face masks, nor were they seen two meters away. In such a situation there is again a risk of the infection spreading.

Ghazipur. Shops were even opened in the district during the weekly Bandh, bypassing the rules and regulations. Markets remained open in different parts of the city and the buying of goods continued. On the other hand, imprisonment remained ineffective in rural areas as well. In addition, social distancing has also been openly blown. Most did not wear masks, while the two meter distance was ignored. Since the morning there has been a rush of passengers near the Muhammadabad and Zamania bus stops in Rauza town. In addition, through the opening of stores on handcarts and street vendors, goods were sold, including fruit, vegetables and other goods. Apart from that, people kept buying tea and other goods in shops by bypassing the rules. There was movement in other markets including Mahuabagh, Mishra Bazar, Lanka, City Railway Station, Lal Darwaza, Gorabazar in town. Even the policemen who obeyed the rules were negligent. In rural areas, shopkeepers opened shops selling rations and other items as early as the morning. Social distancing continued to exist in stores. People did not wear face masks, nor were they seen two meters away. In such a situation there is again a risk of the infection spreading.

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