Monday, May 31, 2021

Bangladesh has extended the India border closure due to Covid

Covid-19: Bangladesh extends ongoing India border closure

DHAKA: Bangladesh government has chosen to broaden the continuous restriction on open travel through land ports to India work June 14 taking into account the continuous Covid-19 pandemic.Amid the ascent in Covid-19 cases around there, Bangladesh's territory line has been shut with India since April 26. May 31 should be the latest day of the boycott, notwithstanding, the boycott was expanded once more, Dhaka Tribune announced. 

This comes after a choice was taken at a gathering led by the country's unfamiliar secretary on Saturday. 

The public authority has additionally chosen to stop travel through two more land ports to stop the spread of the infection. The recently shut land ports with India are Darshana of Chuadanga and Sona masjid of Chapainawabganj. 

Darshana port will be shut for multi week, while Sona Masjid for about fourteen days. Nonetheless, payload development will proceed of course. 

Despite the fact that land ports have been closed with India, abandoned Bangladeshis can get back from four other land ports to be specific Benapole, Agartala, Hili and Burimari. In the interim, trade import of products will be permitted. 

This choice has been taken as Bangladesh is encountering an ascent in Covid-19 related passings. 

The wellbeing experts in the nation say the disease rate is showing a striking vertical pattern in areas that offer lines with or are near India, Dhaka Tribune announced. 

Bangladesh has enrolled 34 more Covid-19 passings, incurring significant damage to 12,583. The all out number of diseases presently remains at 7,98,830.

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