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Dissension with Tarique: Top BNP leaders want new programme

Gas reserves decreasing, only 32% remaining

A-League writes to returning officer seeking permission for rally

EC show causes 60 candidates for violating code of conduct

Home Minister explains reason behind transfer of OCs across country

Govt's new decision allows full seating in public transport

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, January 14: The government recently announced that public transport to be run with half of their seating capacity to prevent the spread of Covid-19. Backing away from that decision, the Bangladesh Road Transport Authority (BRTA) said as per the new directive public transport can be run with full seating capacity. But, everyone has to follow the hygiene and Covid protocol.

11-point restrictions to curb Omicron in force from today

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, January 13: Government's new restrictions to curb Covid-19's new variant Omicron have been in effect from today (Thursday, January 13). Everyone has to abide by the 11-point guidelines during the restriction.

10 more Omicron cases detected in Bangladesh

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, January 7: Ten more cases of Covid-19's Omicron variant have been reported in the country. So far, 20 Omicron cases have been detected in the country, and all the cases were registered from Dhaka city.

Government issues 15-point guidelines to tackle Omicron

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, January 5: The government has issued 15-point directives to prevent the spread of new type of coronavirus Omicron. An official statement from the Department of Health on Tuesday (January 4) stated that.

Restrictions to be imposed to tackle Omicron

Own representative, Dhaka, January 4: The government is moving to impose restrictions on a variety of activities in view of the rising cases of Corona's new variant Omicron, though there is no plan to impose complete lockdown. There will be a ban on eating in hotel-restaurants without a Covid vaccination certificate. The decision has been made to limit social, political and religious events.

Omicron cases may rise in March-April

Own representative, Dhaka, January 4: The director general of the Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS), professor Dr. A.B.M. Khurshid Alam, expressed alarm and concern that the cases of Omicron, a variant of Covid-19 first detected in South Africa, is expected to rise in the country in coming March-April. He made the remarks while talking to reporters at his own office in DGHS on Monday (January 3) evening.

Three more Omicron cases detected in Bangladesh

Own representative, Dhaka, January 1: Omicron, a highly contagious variant of coronavirus which was first detected in South Africa, has been detected in the samples of three more people in Bangladesh. So far, 10 Omicron cases have been confirmed in the country. This information was found on the website of Germany's Global Initiative on Sharing All Influenza (GISAID) on Friday (December 31, 2021).