Lockdown in West Bengal has been extended till July 31 with certain relaxations, according to the West Bengal Government.
Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee held an all-party meeting at Nabanna in Kolkata over the COVID-19 situation in the state.
Announcing this at the end of a 3-hour all-party meeting today, Banerjee said, “The COVID-19 problem is spreading. Let’s try and extend the lockdown with restrictions till July 31.”
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Bengal recorded 445 new cases of coronavirus today, which took the total to 15,173. Of these, the number of active cases is 4,890. Besides, 11 deaths were recorded which brought the total to 591.