Health Minister Zahid Maleque said special measures had been taken to curb the rising coronavirus situation in the country.
“Schools, colleges, and universities will be closed for the next two weeks,” he told a special news conference yesterday. At the same time, it has been decided to run various government and private offices in the courts with half the workforce.
At the same time, the minister said, no more than 100 people can gather at any event, including the social, political, religious, state. Those who take part in these events must have a Ticker Certificate, and the new PCR test conducted within 24 hours must have a ‘negative’ certificate. The same measures will be taken in public transport.
Zahid Maleque said one-third of the corona patients had hospital beds full. If it increases in this way, mattresses will not be available in all the hospitals of Dhaka city.
“The situation at the hospital is alarming,” he said. The hospital bed is one-third full. If it increases in this way, mattresses will not be available in all the hospitals of Dhaka city. Be careful in advance. One thousand people have been admitted inside the city corporation of Dhaka city. ‘
The health minister said patients were being admitted to hospitals across the country at an “alarming rate” amid the coronavirus rise. The rate of patient identification is increasing day by day, although the mortality rate is still somewhat lower. Infections are on the rise, and this is because we still do not follow the hygiene rules. The government has imposed 11-point restrictions, but people still do not comply.