Coronavirus infection is continuously decreasing in Bihar. In view of this, the state government has gradually adopted the process of unlocking after ending the lockdown. The first phase of Unlock (Unlock-1) is ending today, so from Wednesday, the decision on the guideline of the second phase (Guideline of Unlock-2) is also going to be taken in the meeting of the Crisis Management Group. After the meeting of the Disaster Management Group at 11 am, a new order regarding Unlock-2 will be issued. According to the feedback that has been taken from the district magistrates and other officials so far, there is little hope of any major relaxation in the new order. It is believed that only the exemptions of Unlock-1 issued for a week will be continued with slight changes. Chief Minister Nitish Kumar will announce this.
No big discount expected in unlock right now
The cases of coronavirus infection have been decreasing for the last one month. Now less than five hundred new infected are being found in the state every day. In such a situation, sectors like hotels, restaurants, etc. are expecting some relief, but there is little hope of relaxation in this direction. Even if there is some relief in the Night Curfew, it is expected to be kept in force for the time being. Educational Institutions will remain closed. The ban on public and cultural events is also expected to continue. It is believed that religious places and cinema halls etc. will also remain closed. Shops can be opened daily under the new provisions.
Possible guideline of Unlock-2, have a look
Big relief can be found in the end of June or July
According to sources, for the big relief in unlocking, one will have to wait for the last week of June or July. Public and cultural events along with educational institutions can be exempted with certain conditions in the next month itself. Sources reveal that the government is following the policy by gradually giving relaxation in unlocking. By giving big discounts at one go, there is a possibility of coronavirus infection returning. According to Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, vigilance is necessary to prevent the third wave of Corona.
Category: India: Bihar