Most of the country seemed to be deserted on Sunday morning, when the gentlemen’s hour at 2 p.m. came into effect following Prime Minister Narendra Maudie’s call to test for the spread of the coronavirus.
The streets of Delhi, Mumbai, Nagpur, Varanasi, Guwahati, Ludhiana, Praigrad, Meerut, Hyderabad, Bengaluru, Thiruvanananthapuram, Srinagar and other places were deserted.
Calcutta, who had registered three cases since Monday, also seemed abandoned.
The Delhi subway is closed. Mumbai’s Lokmanya-Tilak was a desert deadline, as all passenger and long-distance trains were cancelled until 10 p.m. as part of the curfew imposed on the giant in the fight against the coronavirus, which currently affects 283 people in the country.
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In Jalandara, however, private buses and rickshaws continued to run. But the station’s deserted.
The Indian Railways have already announced that no passenger trains will depart from an intersection in the country at curfew in Gianta from Saturday midnight until Sunday 10pm.
Awaiting the curfew, Prime Minister Narendra Maudie twittered and asked him not to leave the house.
BJP President JP Nadda said that the curfew in Gianta was an important step in the great battle against Covid-19.
Today we must unite and lead the great fight against infection #COVID19. The curfew in Janata is an important step for human health. I’m asking you all to follow Narendra Maudie’s premiere instructions on the #JanataCurfew, he twittered.
Lal Chowk Srinagara looks deserted on Sunday.
India is in the second phase of the Sars CoV-2 transmission. The curfew in Yantai is a preventive measure to prevent the spread of the coronavirus to more people and to prevent the country from entering the Third World. The phase of the pandemic, i.e. community-based transmission, has passed.
The coronavirus epidemic also put an end to mass prayers and religious rituals.
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There’s a limit to how big a crowd can get. That’s why we’re organizing a prayer session on YouTube, so they don’t have to come to church for mass, quotes ANI, Archbishop George Anthony Swami of the Milapora Madrasah.