West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee Appeals To People To MAintain Social Distance

West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee made a circle on the road, told people – follow social distance to avoid Coronavirus


Kolkata: There is a lockdown in the entire country regarding the Coronavirus. People are constantly being advised to stay in their homes and do not leave without need. People are being advised to follow social distance. Meanwhile, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee was seen making a roundabout on the road to follow social distance in a market in Kolkata.


Along with this, she advised the officials and market vendors to practice making such a circle. This step of Mamta Banerjee will make people aware to follow social distance.

During the lockdown, photographs are coming out from all over the country in which people are standing in a circle outside the shops waiting for their turn to buy goods. It is obvious that such a circle is being built so that people stay away from each other and avoid coming into contact.

Mamata Banerjee herself has appealed to the people to follow the guidelines issued by the government. Do not leave your homes until you have an emergency. She said that we will fight this virus together.

According to the data of the Union Health Ministry, nine cases of coronavirus have been reported so far in West Bengal. One has died in the state due to this virus. The death toll across the country is 13. 43 people have recovered from this virus after treatment. So far 719 positive cases of coronavirus have been confirmed in the entire country.

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