Social distancing took place as soon as the market opened

After 35 hours of curfew in Corona, the crowd of customers gathered in the city on Monday.
– Photo: BARABANKI

Barabanki The corona infection is increasing and the number of people infected with corona is also increasing continuously. After the lockdown on Sunday, the market opened on Monday so there was a rush of buyers. Covid rules fluttered in the market on Monday. The police administrative apparatus trained throughout the day to speak. However, social distancing was not observed, nor was the need for masks understood.
There was a lot going on in the city’s markets. The demonstration of patience, restraint and solidarity among ordinary people in lockdown on Sunday was viewed as shaken on Monday. People looked at each other and seemed negligent in the market. There was a lot of jams due to the amount on the market. Social distancing was nowhere to be seen on Monday. This led to the feeling that people didn’t know about Corona disease at all. He doesn’t care about his life or that of others. These days, the coronavirus infection is increasing continuously. If people don’t warn now, when will people warn? Social distancing has not been observed by either the shopkeepers or the public in the market. Everyone was standing close together in the shops. Also, most of the people came out without a mask. The government also doesn’t seem to be aware of the Corona threat. People were seen walking around markets, hospitals and government offices without wearing a mask.
Shopkeepers are in no mood to close the shop
The city entrepreneur is not in favor of closing his business. The shopkeepers advocate that the corona transition has already broken its back. Now comes Sahalag, the goods have been ordered for it. In Lucknow, traders have voluntarily closed stores and taken steps to break the chain of Corona, but here traders say it is a small town. People come here to buy goods from the town and the village. Goods were ordered for Sahalag. In such a situation, it is not appropriate to close the store. Rajiv Gupta Bappi, district president of Adarsh ​​Vyapar Mandal, says the shopkeeper is very aware of the corona infection but currently the shopkeeper is not in favor of closing the shop. After meeting the shopkeepers, it will be checked again and a decision will be made.

Barabanki The corona infection is increasing and the number of people infected with corona is also increasing continuously. After the lockdown on Sunday, the market opened on Monday so there was a rush of buyers. Covid rules fluttered in the market on Monday. The police administrative apparatus trained throughout the day to speak. However, social distancing was not observed, nor was the need for masks understood.

There was a lot going on in the city’s markets. The demonstration of patience, restraint and solidarity among ordinary people in lockdown on Sunday was viewed as shaken on Monday. People looked at each other and seemed negligent in the market. There were plenty of jams due to the amount on the market. Social distancing was nowhere to be seen on Monday. This led to the feeling that people are completely uninterested in corona disease. He doesn’t care about his life or that of others. These days, the coronavirus infection is increasing continuously. If people don’t warn now, when will people warn? Social distancing has not been observed by either the shopkeepers or the public in the market. Everyone was standing close together in the shops. Also, most of the people came out without a mask. The government also doesn’t seem to be aware of the Corona threat. People could be seen walking around the market, hospitals and government offices without wearing a mask.

Shopkeepers are in no mood to close down

The city entrepreneur is not in favor of closing his business. The shopkeepers advocate that the corona transition has already broken its back. Now comes Sahalag, the goods have been ordered for it. In Lucknow, traders have voluntarily closed stores and taken steps to break the chain of Corona, but here traders say it is a small town. People come here to buy goods from the town and the village. Goods were ordered for Sahalag. In such a situation, it is not appropriate to close the store. Rajiv Gupta Bappi, district president of Adarsh ​​Vyapar Mandal, says the shopkeeper is very aware of the corona infection, but currently the shopkeeper is not in favor of closing the shop. After meeting the shopkeepers, it will be checked again and a decision will be made.

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