Bihar government to establish quarantine centers at headquarters
PATNA (BIHAR): The government has decided to establish quarantine centers in the block so that people can be taken to the state on special trains from other parts of the country, where they were stranded.
Deputy Chief Minister Sushil Kumar Modi On Friday, he said people who come to the state will be quarantined for 21 days.
It was not possible to carry thousands of stranded people through buses. So we demand special trains. We will follow all MHA guidelines. Those to come will be reviewed. The state government has decided to establish quarantine centers at headquarters. They will be in quarantine for 21 days, Modi told ANI.
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You will be given utensils, toiletries and a gamcha during your stay. All facilities will be there, including toilets and centers, will be monitored through CCTV. We still don't know how many people will come. Since economic activities began in some places, people can stay there, he said.
The MHA issued an order to extend the course for an additional two weeks from May 4, and also allowed the movement of migrant workers, tourists, students, and others stranded in different locations on special trains.