World begins to be blocked again by COVID-19 effects after a year  This time, blockade is relatively relaxed for first time despite lockdown, night curfew, various restrictions  Till now, the most toughest situation in nature caressed Bhutan
Asifuzzaman Prithil for DOT
 The Prime Minister of Bhutan, Lotte Shering, visited Bangladesh in March. Back in the country, he had to go to the quarantine for 14 days. He still could not join the work. None of the governments and heads of state of the world who have traveled abroad during this atrocity have had to go through a long lockdown. Because they were mostly in the biological protection zone. Although Lotte went through the same process, Bhutan’s law is very strict.
 Attempts were made in Bangladesh last week to deal with the second wave of corona by issuing 18-point directives. The use of the term lockdown was later used unofficially to control the movement of citizens. Bangladeshis are still observing these restrictions quite loosely in 3 days.
 Weekly lockdown has been given in Maharashtra, India. It was also seen to be quite loosely observed last week. Interestingly, night curfews were imposed in various parts of the state from Monday night. This is also being observed quite loosely. The dislike of wearing masks is still rampant all over India.
 Lockdowns have been imposed in several places, including the French capital, Paris. Unlike the first two points, this lockdown is not going to keep people at home. Hawkers have even been spotted on important streets in Paris.
 There is currently no lockdown in any state in the United States. However, there are various restrictions in almost all the states, including wearing a mask and adhering to social distances. However, the local media is saying that most of it is not being accepted.
 Experts believe that ordinary people are upset by the blockade. Most people are more afraid of losing their livelihood than of getting sick. And governments don’t want to hurt the economy anymore. As a result, the lockdowns have become loose.