The strict restrictions imposed in the country to prevent coronavirus will be conditionally relaxed from July 15 to 22 (eight days), the government has informed. As a result, the country will again go into strict lockdown from July 23. Such a decision has been taken keeping in mind the life and livelihood of the people in view of the upcoming Eid al-Adha.
The matter was informed in an official statement signed by the Chief Information Officer (PIO) of the Directorate of Information, Surath Kumar Sarkar, on Monday.
According to the information, the restrictions imposed by the government on various matters to prevent the spread of the corona epidemic will be relaxed from 15 to 22 July. A notification will be issued on Tuesday (July 13) from the Cabinet Department in this regard. However, strict restrictions will be imposed again from July 23.
On the occasion of Eid, all public transport will run from 6 am on July 15 to 6 am on July 23, keeping one seat empty in accordance with hygiene rules. Shops, shopping malls will be opened. However, even if government offices are open virtually, private offices will remain closed.
Considering the issue of Eid al-Adha, there will be some relaxation in animal market and human movement. All other restrictions will remain in force.
Earlier, strict restrictions were imposed from July 1 to control the spread of coronavirus. Which was initially till 7th July but later it was extended by another week till 14th July.