Govt mulls cutting quarantine period for incomers

The appropriate government agencies, for example, health ministry and the Civil Aviation Authority, Bangladesh, are discussing whether to decrease the compulsory quarantine time for drivers in 14 days on coming from assorted nations. CAAB officials stated they were confronting difficulty handling the passengers that on arrival didn't want to remain in the designated hotel for quarantine rather preferred to remain at authorities quarantine facilities to spend less. CAAB chairman Air Vice-Marshal M Mafidur Rahman explained that lots of passengers ahead of their journey to Bangladesh consented to remain in the designated resorts at cost but on birth they wanted to remain in government-managed facilities causing problem in the airport. Together with all the 15-day required intervening period, the CAAB seat stated, the authorities centers were busy on Thursday. He explained they would hold a meeting together with all the services involved with whether to decrease the quarantine time or locate an option. However, he moved on, the issue is that the health ministry specialists said the most recent breed of Covid-19 wouldn't be able to be diagnosed in five times. The CAAB primary also stated they had asked the airline operators to affirm passengers heading for Bangladesh have to have booking in the specified hotels in Dhaka prior to their flying, differently the drivers concerned would need to cover their passengers. In March that the CAAB issued Covid guidelines requesting passengers traveling to Bangladesh from European nations to become on a compulsory two-week institutional quarantine on arrival. As stated by the CAAB, over 2,500 passengers have now already arrived at Dhaka because April 17 while 14,000 were left Saudi Arabia, Oman, Qatar, the UAE and Singapore following the authorities on April 15 chose to run approximately 100 special flights into the five destinations to ensure many million migrant workers who stayed stuck at the nation because of a weeklong ban on international flights, which can go back to their offices. On account of this expansion of this national'rigorous lockdown' for the following week in April 21, the CAAB has also expanded the performance of flights until April 28. It's allowed flight operations around the Bangladesh--China course and national operations, except for from Cox's Bazar, on six other paths. Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue

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