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West Bengal: Mamata announces extension of lockdown in containment zones till August 31

DNA Tuesday, 28 July 2020 ()
This week, however, will not see complete lockdown on Saturday, August 1 due to Eid-al-Adha festival. There will be lockdown in containment zones on August 1 and complete lockdown on August 2 and August 5.
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News video: Lockdown in Bengal containment zones till Aug 31, biweekly curbs to continue

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West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Tuesday announced that the lockdown in the state's containment zones will continue till August 31. Addressing a press conference, she added that the biweekly total lockdown across West Bengal will also remain in place to check the spread of the...

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