Silence on the streets on the second day of the lockdown

Balrampur The administration is busy making the two-day curfew for Corona a success. The administration faces challenges due to the Panchayat elections. In all public places and places in the district, police teams are promoting vehicles and advising people to stay in their homes. On the second day of the lockdown, the streets were quiet on Sunday. Everything but essential services was closed.
In view of the increasing outbreak of the corona epidemic, a two-day lockdown has been imposed on behalf of the regime. There was a curfew throughout the district on Sunday. By spreading the advertisement with police vehicles in squares and public places, people were told to be safe from the corona epidemic.
DM Shruti said that more than 54 people in the district have died due to the corona epidemic. The district also has more than 1,500 active corona cases. With this in mind, it was decided to lock the district on Saturday and Sunday. The blocking remains in effect from 8 p.m. on Friday evening until 7 a.m. on Monday.
During the lockdown, masks are mandatory in every town and corner of the rural area of ​​the district. During the curfew in Corona, necessary services, polling stations involved in Panchayat elections and staff related to health services were allowed to travel.
Drug inspectors make sure they take action in government and private hospitals to provide oxygen. The oxygen-related issue was resolved from the food safety and drug management department control room.

Balrampur The administration is busy making the two-day curfew for Corona a success. The administration faces challenges due to the Panchayat elections. In all public places and places in the district, police teams are promoting vehicles and advising people to stay in their homes. On the second day of the lockdown, the streets were quiet on Sunday. Everything other than essential services has been discontinued.

In view of the increasing outbreak of the corona epidemic, a two-day lockdown has been imposed on behalf of the regime. There was a curfew throughout the district on Sunday. By spreading the advertisement with police vehicles in squares and public places, people were told to be safe from the corona epidemic.

DM Shruti said that more than 54 people in the district have died due to the corona epidemic. The district also has more than 1,500 active corona cases. With this in mind, it was decided to lock the district on Saturday and Sunday. The blocking remains in effect from 8 p.m. on Friday evening until 7 a.m. on Monday.

During the lockdown, masks are mandatory in every town and corner of the rural area of ​​the district. During the curfew in Corona, necessary services, polling stations involved in Panchayat elections and staff related to health services were allowed to travel.

Drug inspectors make sure they take action in government and private hospitals to provide oxygen. The oxygen-related issue was resolved from the food safety and drug management department control room.

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