War on Corona intensified in Bangladesh, no government service will be available without masks


The fight against the coronavirus has been intensified in Bangladesh. The government has implemented the 'no mask, no service' (no mask, no facility) policy. The cabinet meeting chaired by Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina decided that no one would be allowed to enter the offices without a mask.

It was decided that all offices will have to put up notice boards saying 'no mask, no service' to control the spread of coronavirus in the country. Under this, the government has decided that people not wearing masks will not be given any service by the government nor will they be allowed to enter the offices without masks.

According to the official news agency BSS report, briefing the media after the cabinet meeting in Dhaka on Sunday, Cabinet Secretary Khandekar Anwarul Islam said that all public and private offices, social institutions, haat-bazaars, shopping malls, other establishments, Educational institutions, mosques, or other places of worship, people should use masks in view of the ongoing coronavirus epidemic in the country.

Involving the community leaders in wearing masks, the cabinet secretary said that the government has asked Islamic scholars and religious leaders to propagate it in all mosques through imams.

Meanwhile, 23 people died of the Coronavirus in Bangladesh on Sunday. In this way, the number of people who died from Kovid-19 in the country has reached 5,803. The total number of people infected with the coronavirus has increased to 3,98,815 with 1,308 fresh cases reported on Sunday.