Dhaka, June 21 – Despite repeated requests of health experts to maintain social distancing, a large number of people is paying no heed to the rule, putting themselves and others at risk of being infected with coronavirus.
Dr. Md. Jafar Ullah In Bangladesh, the first COVID-19 cases were reported on 8 March, and the first death on the 18th of the month. Surfacing in China last December, this virus travelled to different countries of Asia, Europe, Africa…
Bangladesh Road Transport Authority (BRTA) on Saturday recommended raising bus fare by 80 percent as bus owners have been directed to carry 50 percent passengers to prevent the transmission of coronavirus.
People out on Eid shopping at markets and shops in Dhaka are too reluctant about maintaining the recommended physical distance to protect themselves and others from coronavirus infection.Traders said they frequently request customers to maintain the health guidelines but their…
By Rafiqul Islam Nine-year-old Mohammad Rafique used to collect vegetables from Kutupalong Bazaar and sell them at a market inside Kutupalong camp, a camp of some 600,000 Rohingyas, in Bangladesh’s Cox’s Bazar.
Dhaka, April 14 – The Food Ministry on Monday suspended the sale of rice at Tk 10 kg as people do not maintain social distancing properly while buying it.
Xinnhua/UNB, March 30 – The United States has reported more than 140,000 confirmed #COVID19 cases by Sunday. U.S. President Donald Trump says the national social distancing guidelines aimed at slowing the #coronavirus spread will be extended to April 30.