The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has requested the expatriate Bangladeshis not to come to the country without urgent need during the lockdown announced by the government to prevent corona infection. The ministry has also given instructions to the Bangladesh missions abroad for this purpose. Considering the issue of expatriates stranded in Bangladesh during the ongoing lockdown, special flights with only five countries have been allowed. The five countries are Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Oman and Singapore. Expatriates will be able to go to these countries even during lockdown. However, expatriates from abroad have been requested not to come to Bangladesh now. Foreign missions have also been instructed to take initiative in this regard.
It is learned that after giving instructions in this regard to the Bangladesh missions abroad from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the missions have also started taking steps accordingly. In particular, the Bangladesh Mission in the Middle East has urged the expatriates not to return to the country without urgent need. Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Qatar and other countries in the Middle East are urgently discouraging expatriates from traveling to Bangladesh.
Meanwhile, the Bangladesh Embassy in Qatar has issued an emergency notification. The lockdown has called for expatriates not to return to the country. The Qatar Mission said to the expatriates that all Bangladeshis living in Qatar without urgent need are being discouraged from traveling to Bangladesh until further notice. If you go to Bangladesh during this period, you must have a Corona Negative Certificate as per the test done 72 hours ago. Apart from this, various instructions have been given including staying in quarantine for 14 days.
Meanwhile, the Bangladesh Mission in Abu Dhabi has also given similar instructions for expatriates. According to the instructions given by the mission, it is being advised to refrain from traveling to Bangladesh until the situation returns to normal without urgent need. Apart from this, if you return to the country in case of emergency, you will have to stay in the government approved hotel / institution for 14 days compulsory quarantine, said the Bangladesh Embassy in Abu Dhabi.
The Bangladesh Embassy in Saudi Arabia has sent an urgent message to the expatriate Bangladeshi nationals in that country saying that they will return to the country only in case of emergency. However, those interested in returning to the country must have a Corona Negative Certificate and must return to the country within 14 days of quarantine.
The condition of the skin becomes deplorable due to sunburn. When you come home from the sun, your skin often burns. It is important to keep the skin cool from the inside out to reduce this irritation. Learn about some cool summer face packs.
Yogurt keeps the skin cool just as watermelon keeps the skin cool. Blend some medium sized watermelon pieces with 1 cup of yogurt. Apply this pack all over the face. Leave it for 20 minutes and wash it off. The burning sensation will go up.
Aloe vera pack
Aloe vera moisturizes the skin. Lemon juice removes the oiliness of the skin. Mix 2 tablespoons of aloe vera gel with 2 teaspoons of lemon juice. Put this pack on your face for 20 minutes.
Multani soil pack
Multani soil absorbs excess oil from the skin. Mint leaves can relieve skin itching and discomfort. Wash 1 clove of mint leaves well and take it. Make a paste by mixing half a cup of multani soil. Apply to face and neck. When dry, rinse with water.
Cucumber is very useful to cool the skin. Again, honey brings moisture to dehydrated skin. Grade 1 cucumber and mix 1 tablespoon of honey. Apply on face and relax for 30 minutes so that the skin can absorb well. Then rinse with water.
Pack of sandalwood
Sandalwood enhances the radiance of the skin. Again rose water keeps the skin fresh. Mix 2 tablespoons of sandal powder with rose water. Put it on the face, wash it off when it is dry.
If you follow any one of these packs that go with your skin, you will see that the sunburn has gone away from the skin.