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Dhaka July 31: Export-oriented industries will be out of the ongoing lockdown from Sunday (August 1). A notification in this regard has been issued by the Cabinet Division on Friday (August 30). The decision came within a day of the traders' demands.
Dhaka, July 20: Apart from food, leather and pharmaceuticals, other industries, including garments, will remain closed for 14 days during the hard lockdown. A notification was issued by the Cabinet Division on Monday (July 19th) declaring the three sectors as non-restrictive.
Dhaka, July 15: On the occasion of Eid-ul-Azha, the ongoing restrictions in the country have been relaxed for eight days. The government has imposed strict restrictions for another 14 days after the relaxation. The factories will be closed from 8 am on July 23 to midnight on August 5. At the same time, all government, semi-government, autonomous and private offices will also be closed.
Dhaka, June 26, 2021: Industries, banks, financial institutions and the stock market will remain open from Monday to Wednesday under the current rules.
Dhaka, April 14: A letter has been sent to the Governor of Bangladesh Bank from the Cabinet Division instructing to ensure banking services for special needs within eight days of strict restrictions. According to the directive sent on Tuesday (April 13), the bank will remain open to conduct banking activities 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.
Dhaka, April 13: All banks will be closed from April 14 to April 21 due to strict restrictions imposed by the government to control the coronavirus infection. During the restriction, bank branches as well as all branches of financial services, booth banking and agent banking services will be closed. However, all online services including ATM and internet banking will remain open. A circular in this regard has been issued by the Department of Site Supervision of Bangladesh Bank on Monday (April 12).