Corona Virus: Cox's Bazaar Banned From Travel

 Staff Reporter   |   Update: 2020-03-19 13:28:43

Corona Virus: Cox's Bazaar Banned From Travel

Panic has spread in Bangladesh as the outbreak of Corona virus has spread worldwide. Already 14 people have been attacked in the country. One has died. In this situation, the tourist city of Cox's Bazar has been banned from traveling to nearby tourist centers, including the beach. The ban will remain in force until further notice.

Assistant Police Superintendent of Cox's Bazar Tourist Police confirmed this information on Wednesday (18th March ) afternoon. Fakhrul Islam. Confirming the matter, he added, "We are notifying tourists who have already visited the beach. This theory was taken by the government in the interest of the public. This theory will remain in force until further instructions.

Meanwhile, the tourist police have started micking on the beach. It is being reported about the risk of coronas. However, the Deputy Commissioner in charge of Cox's Bazar. Masudur Rahman Mollah said at around 5 pm that no direct ban on tourist travel on the beach has yet been received. However, some control measures have been taken.

He said that in the meantime, meetings have been banned in all hotels and motel guesthouses in Cox's Bazar, in programs where public meetings are held. Awareness leaflets are being distributed in various public places including beaches.