July 25, 2021


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There is no substitute for a mask to control corona

Former President Professor of Medicine Professor. AQM Badruddoza Chowdhury said, ‘Corona infection has started to increase again since the beginning of March. But hygiene is not being followed. People are walking in the market without shopping. There is no alternative to using a mask to avoid corona. I think it is possible to control 80-90 percent of corona infections if you use the mask properly. ‘ We must abide by the guidelines of the National Technical Advisory Committee. In particular, everyone must wear a mask. I think corona control is largely possible with the use of masks. The government has to take strict action in this regard. I will tell everyone to follow the rules of health declared by the World Health Organization. Adhere to social distance. If necessary, clean your hands with soap when you go out. Social events, picnics, and concerts were cut short as coronary infections declined. Crowds, huddles were neglected hygiene. As a result, the infection rate has started to increase recklessly.

Prime Minister’s personal physician and UGC Professor. ABM Abdullah said, ‘The number of people infected with coronavirus is increasing every day. Increased mortality due to infection. Do not increase the number of beds in the hospital can not be handled. There is no substitute for following hygiene rules. If not, the result will be more terrible. You must wear a mask when you go out. Hands should be washed frequently with soap or handwash and social distance should be maintained. Everyone knows these things but does not mean them. Processions-meetings, waz mahfils, weddings or social functions, gatherings, tourist centers, picnic spots should be closed. These must be strictly stopped. Otherwise the infection cannot be prevented. ‘ ABM Abdullah said, ‘The authorities have some conflicting decisions. It has been asked to increase the fare with half the passengers in public transport. Meanwhile the office is open. Working people are out on the streets but unable to reach the workplace. They are marching in the streets, huddled in autorickshaws or other transport. Increasing fares on public transport has increased the cost of people. Lower class, middle class people use public transport more. This extra rent will create a burden on them. We have to reduce the manpower by shifting to the office or we have to make arrangements for transportation. Corona cannot be controlled by uncoordinated decisions. ‘