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The central government has warned all states that strict lockdowns will be introduced in areas where coroner rules will be violated.
New Delhi, July 14 : The second wave of the corona (Second wave of corona virus) While restrictions are currently in place in many states of the country (restrictions) Is a picture of relaxation. However, many citizens are taking advantage of this concession and the Corona rules are being violated (violation of rules) The incidence is increasing. Strict lockdown in areas where coronary rules will no longer be violated (lockdown) The central government has warned all the states that it will be started.
Time to warn
There is a picture of many tourists falling out of the house as the second wave of corona recedes. Especially after the onset of monsoon across the country, many are going out for tourism. Many tourist destinations are crowded with tourists wearing masks and not following social distance. In some states, markets, shops and malls are buzzing with consumers, and experts fear that this could lead to a third wave.
Concerns about northeastern states
The picture is that the number of corona patients is increasing again in the northeastern states. As the economy of these states is dependent on tourism and now the borders of the states are open for tourism, there is a rush of tourists. This has been mentioned in a letter issued by the Union Home Ministry. Although the states are allowed to resume transactions, the letter reminds them that in doing so, it is mandatory to ensure that the norms regarding corona are not violated. The letter warns that if the Corona rules are not followed, the area will be locked down again.
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Uncomfortable in crowded places
Markets, malls, tourist spots, theaters, restaurants, markets, wedding ceremonies, railway stations, bus stands, gyms, gardens and grounds should be monitored by the local administration and if there is any congestion, lockdown should be done there, the Union Home Ministry said. Are given.