The major decision was taken at the disaster management group meeting amid rising corona cases

Patna: The Crisis Management Group (CMG) met on Friday under the chairmanship of Chief Secretary Amir Subhani. Collectors of all districts are associated with this meeting through video conferencing. It was decided that the Bihar government will intensify awareness campaigns on wearing masks, social linkery to avoid viruses.

At the same crisis management group meeting, a plan was made to put on masks and avoid congestion. On the other hand, no decision has been taken on the new guidelines so far, the earlier rules will remain in force and there will be no change. It was admitted in the meeting that corona cases in the state are increasing at a rapid pace. In such a situation, the Government is monitoring the entire situation. Decisions were taken to make the infected people healthy soon and not to go to the hospital. At the same time, it was directed that the person with the symptoms should undergo a corona test at the earliest.

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It may be recalled that night curfew is in force in Bihar from 10 pm to 5 am. From 6th January to 21st January, all schools upto class VIII will remain closed while classes above 9th standard will run virtually with 50% data or according to school management. Chief Minister Nitish Kumar's Janata Darbar and Social Reforms Campaign have been cancelled till January 21. Also, parks, gyms, cinema halls, malls and temples have been ordered to be closed from 6th to 21st January. While only 50 people can be present in marriage and shradh karma. All political/political parties are not able to do so Community/Community A maximum of 50 persons will be sanctioned in cultural public programmes.

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