The major decision was taken during the meeting of the disaster management group amid the increase in corona cases
Patna: The Crisis Management Group (CMG) met on Friday under the chairmanship of Chief Secretary Amir Subhani. Collectors from all districts are associated with this meeting by videoconference. It has been decided that Bihar government will intensify awareness campaigns on wearing mask, social bonding to avoid virus.
At the same meeting of the crisis management group, a plan was drawn up to put on masks and avoid traffic jams. On the other hand, no decision has been made on the new guidelines so far, the previous rules will remain in force and there will be no changes. It was admitted at the meeting that corona cases in the state are increasing at a rapid rate. In such a situation, the government monitors the whole situation. Decisions were made to quickly recover those infected and not to go to hospital. At the same time, the person with the symptoms was ordered to undergo a corona test at the earliest.
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Recall that the night curfew is in effect in Bihar from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. From January 6 to January 21, all schools up to Class VIII will remain closed while classes above Standard 9 will operate virtually with 50% data or as per school management. Janata Darbar’s campaign and Chief Minister Nitish Kumar’s social reforms has been canceled until January 21. Additionally, parks, gymnasiums, movie theatres, malls and temples have been ordered to close from Jan. 6 to Jan. 21. While only 50 people can be present in marriage and shradh karma. Not all political/political parties are able to Community/Community A maximum of 50 people will be sanctioned in cultural public programs.
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