In a mega vaccination drive launched to achieve the target of "six crore people in six months", the health department has set up several vaccination sites across Bihar, including flood-hit areas.
Kumar said with the permission of the district administration and with all the required precautions all types of social, political, entertainment, sports, cultural and religious events can be held.
In the last week, no death due to COVID-19 has been reported. The recovery rate has gone up to 98.63% with only 168 active cases under treatment in the state.
Covid-19 has badly impacted normal life in rural Bihar with 93% of the households affected by it since the first breakout of pandemic.
In the next one month, the social organization has announced to provide monthly financial assistance to 1000 children who suffered after the deaths of their parents.
Rather, it was caused by social functions and lack of awareness on preventive measures among the public.
Announcing this on Sunday through a virtual meeting, the national president of JD-U, RCP Singh, called upon party workers to ramp up vaccinations across their areas on a mission mode.
The drive that took the state to the top has happened in the last 16 days. It began on May 9 with the arrival of 3.50 lakh doses from the Centre.
As the deadly second wave of COVID-19 spreads alarmingly in the state, the initiative will also help the people understand the necessary safety protocols needed to curb the spread of the virus.
The white fungus damages the skin of the patients and on being neglected, poses threat to the lives of patients.
On April 30, Mukesh sent an ambulance to transport the bodies of a retired armyman and his wife that were lying in a morgue of Danapur for two days as their only son was also battling with the virus.
Around 600 healthcare professionals, including doctors and paramedic staff, have tested positive out of whom 14 have died.
The occasion was "upanayana" (sacred thread wearing ceremony) of the former MLA's nephew in his native village Khanjahachak on Friday night.
The doctors, who are from Patna and other districts of Bihar, will make themselves available in two shifts from 10 am to 12 pm and 4 pm to 6 pm.
Dr. Sanjay Jaiswal advised that if the spread of the virus can be controlled if the state goes under a 62-hour lockdown instead of a night curfew.