Educational institutions to close until 25 April: In association with the government holiday, all the garment factories in the country have also been closed till April 25. On Friday (April 10th), two major garment owners’ organizations decided on the Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association (BGMEA) and the Bangladesh Knitwear Manufacturers and Exporters Association (BKMEA).
Educational institutions to close until 25 April
Earlier, the government announced the closure of all public-private institutions until April 25 to prevent the spread of the deadly novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
BKMEA President AKM Selim Osman and BGME President Dr. In a joint declaration of Rubana Hawk, the BGMEA and BKMEA member organizations have been decided to close until April 23, in line with the government holiday in circumstances arising from the pandemic coronavirus.
However, if an organization needs to keep an office open for payment during this period, the self-association (BGMEA / BKMEA) and industrial police should be reported.
The government will shut down educational institutions until April 25 to control the spread of coronavirus.
With a new one, the government extended the closure of educational institutions for the fourth time.
The Education Ministry said Friday that “all education programs will remain closed until April 25, in line with the extended general holiday,”
On March 1, the government announced that all educational institutions in the country would be closed until March 31.
Earlier in the day, the government extended general leave to April 25 to prevent the spread of the deadly virus.
As part of their efforts to strictly implement the social distance and thus prevent the spread of the coronary virus, the government has also banned people from leaving the house after evening.
“No one will be allowed to leave the house after dusk. Legal action will be taken if anyone disobeys this order, “a gazette notification issued by the Public Administration Ministry on Friday said.
It also said that movement of people from one region to another would be limited.
The notification urges people to stay in their home to stay safe and to prevent the transmission of the virus.
Earlier in the day, the government extended the ongoing general leave till April 25.
The holidays, which start from March 2, were extended twice before the 1st of April.
Meanwhile, six more people have died from coronavirus in Bangladesh in the last 24 hours till Friday, the death toll has risen to 277.
In addition, 94 more people tested positive for coronavirus during this period, bringing the number of national cases to 424 in the country.