Nobody doesn't care about hygiene

Weeklong-lockdown enters 3rd day

07 April 2021 Md Sakik Harun Bhuiyan
Nobody doesn't care about hygiene

Online Desk :

Corona transmission and deaths are breaking records in the country almost every day. In this situation, the government imposed 'strict restrictions', but on the third day, the relaxation of public transport was lifted. As a result, the public transport services within metropolitan areas including the capital Dhaka have resumed from 6:00 am to 6:00 pm on Wednesday (April 7) with the increased fare keeping 50pc of seats vacant. But Hand sanitizer is not seen in the public transports. Also, social distance is not being maintained.

Private vehicles, rickshaws and auto-rickshaws started plying the city streets from the first day and people moving freely ignoring the risks of Covid-19 transmission

The New Nation correspondent visited several areas in the capital on Wednesday. He reports, bank transactions including ride-sharing, footpath shops, flower shops, shoe shops, traffic, mobile shops, buses, private cars, CNG filling stations, food hotels are normal like every normal day. As a result, the social distance required to get protection from the corona is not maintained.

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