Kolkata: A senior official said on Tuesday that the West Bengal state government may not completely lift the coronavirus-related restrictions imposed on the state until July 15. She said that
Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee may review the COVID19 situation on Wednesday and the last conference call.
“The state of the state trend has improved a lot, but the limit is completely removed, but may still be at risk, even nearby countries, including Odisha, Bangladesh is increasing rapidly, therefore, we have to be a special precaution. .. CM will decide that, “said the official to PTI.
He, a warning of experts at the third wave that can be done. It should be considered before making a decision about lifting.
“The positive rate in and around the city has not yet reached a satisfactory level,” he added.
The West Bengal government has extended COVID19 reduction measures until July 15 and announced certain relaxation measures.
The state reported 863 new cases and 17 deaths Tuesday.