Between the lockdown and corona infection, Union Minister Prakash Javadekar says that we should follow the 'two yards' rule till the vaccine of the coronavirus (Covid-19) comes. However, he said that the bad times of this epidemic had passed in India and that India has done better than other countries.
In his statement further, Prakash Javadekar said, "I think the worst time is over. But till the disease is completely eradicated, we should keep following all precautions and guidelines. Till now we have done a much better job in dealing with Covid-19 than other countries. Different zones are well defined. Now, until this vaccine does not evolve a vaccine for the boy, we should keep in mind the physical distance. We should keep following the rule of 'two yards'." He said, "This infection came from China, but no vaccine has yet been found. Until we get the vaccine, we will have to live with the Covid-19 in a way. Wearing mask, washing hands repeatedly, keeping 2 yards, this is the 'new normal'. The society has learned this very well in 40 days."
Union Minister Prakash Javadekar on the government of West Bengal said that here (West Bengal) some people have chosen to wage war between India and Bengal. We are not interested in war, we are not interested in debate. We are interested in solving problems. We want to help every state.