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Seven-day lockdown begins in Jhenidah

Published : Sunday, 20 June, 2021 at 12:00 AM  Count : 389
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JHENIDAH, June 19: In the wake of a sudden spike in Covid-19 cases in Jhenidah, the district administration has imposed a seven-day lockdown here.
A public notice signed by the Deputy Commissioner (DC) Md Majibar Rahman was issued on Friday in this regard.
DC Majibar said the seven-day strict lockdown from June 19 to 25 was imposed in the district to prevent the transmission of the Indian variant of Covid-19.
The infection rate in the the district is over 45 per cent.
Inter-district transport services will be suspended during this time while emergency services are out of this order, the DC added.



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