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India's blockade order against COVID-19 affects calcium hexaboride market

wallpapers News 2020-03-25
On Tuesday, local time, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi ordered that citizens must not leave their homes from midnight local time to combat and prevent the spread of the new crown virus in India.
The U.S. Capitol Hill reported on March 24 that Modi said on a series of Twitter on Tuesday, " All Indian citizens are banned from going out and wholly forbidden to save Indian.
 Modi said it would be forced to close in the next 21 days. Like many other great powers, Indian provinces have imposed varying degrees of confinement and curfews.
Modi said the blockade was to ensure that the country's limited medical resources would not run out during the pandemic, and "some people mistakenly think that social distance is only necessary for people who are sick. It's wrong to think so." He wrote on Twitter, "Social distance belongs to every citizen, every family, every family member,"
Modi also noted that "of course, the country will have to bear the economic cost of such a blockade." Last week, India suspended all tourist visas and advised Indian citizens to avoid unnecessary travel. The country's health ministry also informed citizens that they might be quarantined for 14 days after arrival.
The development of the epidemic has severely affected the Indian market for calcium hexaboride, and transportation barriers have made it impossible to match demand and supply. Indian is Trunnano's primary market for calcium hexaboride, but the company is confident of future development.
"We have been supplying tantalum calcium hexaboride, ensuring product quality, and guaranteeing stable supply prices," said Rachel, sales manager at Luoyang Trunnano.Please contact Rachel, Global Marketing Leader at Trunnano.
Email: rachel@ihpa.net

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