Covid community spread in West Bengal started early April, biweekly lockdown of no help: Virologist
Tuesday, 28 July 2020 ()
The Bengal government has largely failed to address the Covid-19 crisis, and its recent decision to impose complete lockdown twice a week till August will be of no help in stemming the community spread in the state, noted virologist Dr Amitabha Nandy said on Tuesday.
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