‘Month Of May Could Be ‘Make Or Break' For Covid-19 Fight'
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‘Month Of May Could Be ‘Make Or Break' For Covid-19 Fight'
As the May 3 deadline for the lockdown nears, medical experts feel the next month can be make or break for the fight against COVID-19 and an aggressive containment strategy for hotspots along with insulation of green zones is essential while giving some relaxations.

NEW DELHI:

The experts also suggested that railways, air travel, inter-state bus services, malls, shopping complexes, religious places, among others, should be kept shut at least for the month of May.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday had told chief ministers that the country will have to give importance to the economy while continuing the fight against Coronavirus.

The Centre on Wednesday gave clear indications that the ongoing nationwide lockdown will be extended beyond May 3, but with considerable relaxations to people and services in many districts.

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May 01, 2020