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Those who spread the rumors about coronavirus in Bangladesh, do not want the country’s good. Rather, they are misleading people by spreading terror within the country, commented Health and Family Welfare Minister Zahid Malek. He said this while answering a question to journalists at a private hospital in Madaripur on Friday afternoon. He urged the people of Bangladesh not to be intimidated by the coronavirus. About 12,000 passengers come to Bangladesh every day by air, he said. Each of them has to come through the scanner. No one can enter the country except inside the scanner. With that scanner, we can see if anyone has a fever, whether someone is ill or not. When he has a fever, I make him a separate quarantine.
We have created a different place for this. Zahid Malek also said that we have to be vigilant so that no coronary infected patient comes to this country. No coronavirus was found in those who were brought before. They will be able to visit their homes tomorrow (Saturday).
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina was saddened by the memory of Sheikh Rasel, the youngest son of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, the nation's father.
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