Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has said that tough steps have to be taken in the future to save the people. Everyone will follow the rules of health care. Encourage everyone. Wear a mask.
The Prime Minister was speaking at the concluding ceremony of the 61st Basic Training Course for BCS Officers at the Public Administration Training Center here on Thursday (April 8). The Prime Minister joined the function through video conference from Ganobhaban.
Addressing the BCS officials, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said, “We have to remember – we are Bengalis, we have to stand with dignity.” Therefore, you have to work to ensure the overall development of the people. The people own the republic and will serve them with that in mind.
A seven-day ‘lockdown’ is underway across the country to prevent coronavirus infection. The ‘lockdown’ started at 6 am on April 5. It will continue till midnight on April 11.
However, a decision on whether to extend the lockdown period could be taken on Thursday.
At a press conference after the cabinet meeting on Monday, Cabinet Secretary Khandaker Anwarul Islam said the review would be done on Thursday. Let’s see what happens.
“Let’s see what happens after seven days,” he added. We will review on Thursday InshaAllah. People have to cooperate. You are saying … if everyone wears a little mask and follows the hygiene rules, then it should not be a problem.
Asked if the lockdown would be extended if the situation remained as it is now, Khandaker Anwarul Islam said, “Let’s see, we will sit on Thursday.”
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been vaccinated against the second dose of coronavirus. He received the vaccine at AIIMS Hospital in Delhi on Thursday morning. He received the vaccine just 36 days after taking the first dose of Corona. News G-News.
In a message on Twitter after the vaccination, Modi urged everyone to be tax-free.
“I have taken the second dose of Corona Ticker at AIIMS,” he tweeted. Vaccination is one way to defeat the virus. If you are eligible for the vaccine, take your dose immediately. ‘
Earlier on March 1, Narendra Modi took the first dose of Corona Ticker. He took the vaccine in the second phase of the vaccination program in India.