Government offices in Bihar to open from April 20
Amidst the lockdown, Bihar government has taken decision to open its offices from April 20.This decision was taken at a high level meeting, chaired by Chief Minister Nitish Kumar. The number of staff will be limited as per Union government guidelines. Social distancing will be maintained in all offices and work spaces.
The number of casualties due to Coronavirus have gone up to two with death of a youth of Vaishali district of the state. 42 patients have been fully cured while 85 positive cases have so far been reported from different parts of the state. The Siwan district has the maximum number of cases with 29 patients so far.