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More instructions about Covid-19 restrictions after a week

Bangladesh Live News | @banglalivenews | 25 Jan 2022, 12:04 am

Dhaka, January 24: Following the coronavirus (Covid 19) infection situation, further instructions on the ongoing restrictions will be given after one week. State Minister for Public Administration Farhad Hossain said this in response to a question while talking to reporters at his office in the Secretariat on Monday (January 24).

"Our aim is to make everyone wear masks," he said. "This is the time we want to pass. Health experts say it will continue to rise by mid-February. Everyone needs to be aware. We want to get out of this third wave as soon as possible. That is why everyone has to deal with the third wave by following the rules of health."

Asked if the ban could be lifted after February 6, the state minister said, "Of course, considering the situation .... Because of our awareness ... The variant Omicron I see now, it takes a while to recover. Recovery rate but very good. More than 85 percent of the affected people are able to take treatment from home and they are recovering. We will see in the next week or so what stage it (infection) is at, we will give further instructions accordingly."

Drawing attention to the fact that public transport is not abiding by the government's restrictions, he said, "Everyone has to abide by the restrictions imposed by the government." Europe has passed their peak in terms of infection. We started a little later. That is why it can happen to us a little later (the final infection). In that case, we would like to say that the way the instructions have been given, if the instructions are followed by all, it is good for everyone. Those who are in the transport sector must conduct public transport in accordance with the instructions. Through this we will get a good result. I hope to cross the third wave in a short time. '