The premises of the West Bengal Meeting will stay closed for 10 days after an worker examined constructive for the novel coronavirus, Speaker Biman Bandyopadhyay mentioned on Wednesday.
“One of many typists has examined constructive for coronavirus. The Meeting can be shut for 10 days and can reopen on July 27. All scheduled programmes have been postponed until then,” he informed PTI.
Round 22 staff of the Meeting, who used to commute in a bus organized by the authorities, have been requested to remain in house quarantine, the speaker mentioned.
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