In the second wave of Corona, the process of returning the people of Bihar living in the states continues after the increasing number of infected people and the precautionary steps taken by the government in various states. People coming from outside are becoming a challenge for the Bihar government. However, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has appealed to such visitors to return to Bihar soon. Here, the Department of Disaster Management has now started the exercise of building quarantine centers in 101 subdivisions of the state.
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The government has started an exercise in view of this. The Disaster Management Department says that if there is a shortage of space in the quarantine center in the subdivision, then there will be quarantine camps in the panchayat buildings of the nearby area, where people coming for 14 days will be kept. For 14 days, if people do not see any symptoms of corona, then they will be allowed to go home. Social distancing will be strictly followed at the Quarantine Center.
Here, the government plans to register the people coming to these quarantine centers, so that they will get the benefit of government schemes. These laborers will also be provided employment according to their skill. Here, the process of coming to Bihar from other states is going on. A large number of people are coming back to their homes by trains and buses. In such a situation, the government claims that people coming to stations and bus bases are being investigated. But the reality is that many people are reaching out of the station and bus bases without conducting an investigation.
People here on the road against the construction of Quarantine Center in Patna
Officials also believe that such people are the main challenge. People coming from outside do not know whether they have corona or not, so they reach the village and the people coming in contact with them get infected. It is noteworthy that there is a steady increase in the number of corona infections in the state.