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Dhaka, October 9: Flights from Bangladesh to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) are now operating normally. As a result, in the last nine days, more than 10,000 expatriate workers have travelled to the Middle Eastern country after obtaining their sample test results at the RT-PCR laboratory set up at the airport.
Dhaka, September 30: The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has agreed to allow passengers on direct flights from Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport. The Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for coronavirus testing has also been adopted in the RT-PCR laboratories of the six institutes set up at the airport. As a result, from now on, expatriate workers and UAE-bound passengers will be able to go directly after getting their coronavirus samples checked before departure as per the instructions.