These countries are following lockdown in strange ways

Apr 03 2020 05:12 PM
These countries are following lockdown in strange ways

Lockdown has been announced to prevent the outbreak of Coronavirus in many countries around the world, but all countries are adopting different methods to make the lockdown successful. You may find these methods a bit strange, but their purpose is only that the lockdown can be made successful. T

1. Panama
So far, about one thousand cases of corona virus infection have been reported in this country of Central America. The lockdown has been announced in Panama but the lockdown here is slightly different than in any other country. Here the lockdown has been announced on the basis of gender. There is a lockdown in Panama but people can go out to buy essential things, but there are gender-based conditions for that. For example, some days of the week have been set for women and some days for men. Women can leave the house for two hours on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays are fixed for men, while on Sunday there is a ban on anyone's exit.

2. Turkmenistan
A completely different step has been taken to deal with this epidemic in Turkmenistan. The term coronavirus has been banned here. According to the news of Turkmenistan Chronicle, the government has removed this word from its health information brochures. According to journalists working in Radio Ajtalike, anyone in the country talking about the Coronavirus or walking around wearing a mask can be arrested. Officials say that not a single case of Kovid-19 has been reported so far, while it borders Iran, which is one of the most affected countries in the world.

3. Austria
The World Health Organization says that people who are healthy do not need to wear masks, but if they are taking care of someone or someone is ill around them, then they can wear masks. But Austria has made it mandatory to wear masks in the supermarket. Although it has become common to see people walking around wearing masks in the last few weeks, Austria is the fourth country in the world which has made it mandatory to wear masks in public places. Earlier, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Herzegovina have made it mandatory here.

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