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Shopping mall-trade stalls to remain open

Dhaka, May 18: The Shop Merchants Welfare Association has decided to keep all trade stalls and shopping malls open across the country, including Dhaka, following the government's instructions. The information was given in a press release signed by the general secretary of the organization Arifur Rahman Tipu on Monday (May 17).

Shops, Shopping Malls to remain closed till May 23

Dhaka, May 17: The Cabinet Division has issued a notification extending the ongoing ban on coronavirus infection till May 23. Shops and shopping malls will be closed at this time. In this regard, Bangladesh Shop Owners Association President Md. Helal Uddin said, shops and shopping malls will be closed for the next seven days as per the instructions of the government.

Shops, shopping malls to remain open till 9pm

Dhaka, April 26: Shops and shopping malls in the capital will remain open till 9 pm, the Dhaka Metropolitan Police (DMP) said.

Banks will be open for special needs

Dhaka, April 13: The government has directed to ensure special needs banking services during the eight-day lockdown from Wednesday (April 14) to April 21.

No buyers in the shopping malls on the first day

Dhaka, April 9: The shopping mall has opened today after public transport. According to the new decision of the government, shops and shopping malls will be open every day from 9 am to 5 pm. However, everyone has to trade according to the hygiene rules.

Shopping Malls, markets to operate from 9 am-5 pm from April 9

Dhaka, April 8: Shopping malls and shops will be open from 9am to 5pm from tomorrow, Friday (April 9), subject to strict health regulations. A letter with this directive was sent to the secretaries / senior secretaries of all the ministries from the cabinet department on Thursday (April 8). The directive states that this decision will be effective till April 13.

Traders want to operate businesses, open stores-shopping malls from April 8

Dhaka, April 7: The government has imposed a conditional ban on all activities and movement from Monday (April 5) till April 11 due to increased coronavirus infection. This has led to suffering for work-oriented people. To alleviate this, the government has allowed public transport to operate in all city corporation areas of the country, including Dhaka, from Wednesday (April 7).