Indian Army bans recruitment for next 1 month due to coronavirus outbreak
new Delhi. The effect of the corona virus is continuously increasing throughout the country. Meanwhile, the Indian Army, taking a big decision, has banned all kinds of recruitment for the next one month, so that the crowd of unemployed does not gather in the recruitment.
By Friday, the number of patients suffering from corona infection has increased to 76 in the country. To avoid the havoc of Corona, state governments across the country are taking precaution. Due to this, theaters including schools and colleges are being closed. Meanwhile, the Bharti Army has taken a big step. Due to Corona virus, the Indian Army has banned all recruitments for a month. With this, people have been appealed not to travel. Video conferencing is advised if needed.
The state and central government are constantly taking necessary steps to avoid the increased corona virus across the country. In this episode, the Indian Army has also banned recruitment to avoid the threat of virus. This ban has been imposed for a month at present.
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The Karnataka government has issued an order to close all schools, colleges, malls, theaters, pubs, clubs in the state in view of the threat of Corona. Also, exhibitions, summer camps, swimming pool games, sports events, football, weddings and conferences in Karnataka have also been banned. Not only this, the government has advised anyone not to travel.