India extends national blockade in high-risk zones until Jun 30
2 Jun 2020 11:26 reported by Joy Liu
It was reported that the Indian government announced on May 30th that the country will extend the ongoing national blockade for another one month until June 30th in high-risk zones but permit reopening partially.
In order to restrain the spread of the novel coronavirus epidemic, India has begun a national blockade on March 25th and prolonged its three times until May 31st. However, the long-period blockade has failed to curb the epidemic, and the confirmed cases have even increased since May. Therefore, the government decided to extend the national lockdown again.
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