The Department of Secondary and Higher Education has taught everybody to wear covers in instructive foundations as Covid disease is on the ascent in the country.
The data came from an order endorsed by Assistant Director (Administration) Roopak Roy of the Department of Secondary and Higher Education on Thursday night (June 23).
It expressed that to forestall the spread of Covid, all concerned are mentioned to do whatever it takes to lead office/class exercises by wearing veils as per the cleanliness rules of instructors/understudies and staff of the workplace/instructive establishment under the Department of Secondary and Higher Education.
As it turns out, the first Covid patient was recognized in Bangladesh on March 7, 2020. Afterward, instructive foundations were pronounced shut from March 16. In the wake of being shut for 543 days, the understudies were sent back to class in September last year keeping the cleanliness guidelines.
Meanwhile, when crown disease is managed in the country, life becomes ordinary. In any case, as of late crown contaminations have begun to increase again at a disturbing rate. Another kicked the bucket in Corona as of now in the country. Also, the crown of 1,319 individuals has been distinguished right now. The location rate has increased to 14.32 percent.