Corona in India: Bihar may face lockdown, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar will decide today

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The second wave of Coronavirus in the country has been dangerous and is infecting millions of people daily. The most worrying thing in this second wave is that the double mutation of the corona is rapidly infecting people and directly impacting the lungs of patients, causing them to have difficulty breathing. At the same time, the Central and State Governments have tightened their arms for the supply of oxygen and it is being sourced from abroad, even though there is some relief from the daily affairs of Corona on Tuesday, but the figure of deaths is frightening. At the same time, a decision can be taken to impose lockdown in Bihar today.



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The decision of whether or not there will be a lockdown in the growing cases of corona in Bihar can be taken in the disaster management group meeting to be held on Wednesday. Let us know that on Tuesday, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar held a marathon meeting for five hours. The District Magistrates, Deputy Chief Ministers, and top officials of the state were involved in this meeting. In this meeting, the District Magistrates, from their district-district position

Bihar may face lockdown, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar will decide today

The second wave of Coronavirus in the country has been dangerous and is infecting millions of people daily. The most worrying thing in this second wave is that the double mutation of the corona is rapidly infecting people and directly impacting the lungs of patients, causing them to have difficulty breathing. In view of the increasing danger of Corona, the Election Commission has decided to ban the procession on the day of election results. At the same time, the central and state governments have tightened their backs for the supply of oxygen and it is also being sourced from abroad. Here, despite the strictness of the government and the court, black marketing of Remedesvir is not banned. Even though there is some relief from the daily cases of corona on Tuesday, the figure of deaths is frightening.