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Dhaka, May 14: The government wants to ensure that 100 percent masks are worn to prevent coronavirus infection. Therefore, the police is being given executive power to take action against those who do not wear masks. Initiatives have been taken to give this power to the police by amending the Infectious Diseases (Prevention, Control and Eradication) Act, 2018.
Dhaka, May 7: The government has issued eight directives on wearing masks outside the home during the coronavirus pandemic. The directive was given in the official information statement on Thursday (May 6).
Dhaka, April 27: The government is moving towards stricter legal measures to prevent coronavirus infection if masks are not worn outside the home. At the same time, the government is going to give the power to beat the police. And that is being brought into the legal framework.
Dhaka, April 27: The government has warned that "strict legal action" will be taken if masks are not used outside the home to prevent coronavirus infection.
Dhaka, April 7: The government has announced strict restrictions across the country from Monday (April 5) to April 11 to increase coronavirus infection. Everyone must wear a mask when they go out of the house during this restriction. At the same time, all kinds of health rules including 18 points of the Prime Minister's Office and 11 points of the Cabinet Division must be followed.
Dhaka, March 16: The government has issued a 10-point directive emphasizing wearing masks outside the home and at work as Covid-19 infections are on the rise in the country. An information statement on Monday called on everyone to wear masks and follow proper hygiene rules.
Dhaka, December 1: Those not wearing mask may face jail time, said Cabinet Secretary Khandaker Anwarul Islam at a briefing of the cabinet meeting at the secretariat on Monday (November 30).
Dhaka, November 16: Law enforcement agencies have been instructed to take a firm stand in Dhaka, including the operation of mobile courts, to ensure that masks are worn. Cabinet Secretary Khandaker Anwarul Islam made the remarks in a briefing at a cabinet meeting at the Secretariat on Monday.
Dhaka, October 31: Not only services will not be provided in government and non-government organisations, but no one will be allowed to enter those facilities if they do not wear masks.