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West Bengal workers who recently returned to the tree quarantined village | Kolkata News

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PURULIA: Residents of the village of Vangidi in Balarampur, in the Purulia district of West Bengal, who recently returned from Chennai, were quarantined for 14 days in a tree as they do not have a separate room in their homes to isolate themselves following Covid- 19 outbreak.

Seven Vangidi villagers, who are in quarantine, worked as workers in Chennai.

Before returning to their village, they visited doctors who advised them to quarantine their home for 14 days.

Since these workers did not have a separate room in their home, they decided to stay in the trees near their town.

Bijoy Sing Laya, a villager said: “We came from Chennai. We crossed Berhampur by vehicle. Now we are well here. The doctors have told us to remain in quarantine for 14 days and to keep our distance. But in our house, we do not have Personal rooms and our villagers discussed that we can stay here. ”

“Now we are alone, we will stay here comfortably keeping all the rules. In the morning they serve us breakfast here. In the afternoon and evening, they serve us rice. There is also water available here with food. Also have a stove to boil the water and cooking food, “he added.

These villagers have tied cloth on tree branches to sit, where they are quarantined amid the Covid-19 outbreak.

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