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COVID-19: All private, public and govt offices to open from June 08, informs Mamata Banerjee

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COVID-19: All private, public and govt offices to open from June 08, informs Mamata Banerjee

COVID-19: All private, public and govt offices to open from June 08, informs Mamata Banerjee

While addressing a video conferencing in West Bengal's Nabanna on May 29, the Chief Minister of West Bengal Mamata Banerjee spoke on coronavirus pandemic.

She said, "All places of worship, mandir, masjid and gurudwara will open, but not more than 10 people will be allowed, no assembly at religious places.

This will be implemented from 1st June." "The death toll due to Cyclone Amphan has increased to 98," she added.

"All private, public and government sector offices will open from June 8, while all tea and jute industries in the state will be 100 percent operational from 1st June," WB CM further stated.


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