Ev karantina uygulaması

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As the situation escalates, many are looking to see how Bangladesh will navigate the crisis, especially because the country hosts over 1 million Rohingya refugees, most of them housed in densely populated refugee camps.

Kaynak https://globalvoices.org/2020/03/21/quarantine-woes-in-bangladesh-amidst-coronavirus-fears/

Hükümet, etkilenen COVID-19 ülkelerinden geri dönen Bangladeşlilere evde karantinaya gitme talimatı verdi. Ancak izleme eksikliği, hastalığın hızla yayılabileceği endişelerine yol açtı.
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Next steps

The Center for Disease Control of the Directorate General of Health Services demanded the health ministry to seek out 100,000 COVID-19 test kits and 500,000 surgical masks, but it will take some time to import them.

China has offered to provide Bangladesh with about 10,000 coronavirus testing kits, 10,000 pieces of medical protective clothing, and masks and infrared thermometers to deal with testing people for the virus.

Meanwhile, Ganashystha Kendra, a local health institution in Bangladesh, claims that it had developed a cheap “rapid dot blot” testing kit after two months of research which can detect COVID-19 in 15 minutes. The unit, if mass-produced, would cost around  $4.5 United States dollars per kit. Ganashystha Kendra has reportedly obtained government approval to import the materials to produce this.

On March 19, 2020, authorities locked down the whole of Shibchar Upazila in Madaripur district as a number of new COVID-19 patients were detected in the area. The government has also indicated that more areas would be put under lockdown if the situation worsens.

As the situation escalates, many are looking to see how Bangladesh will navigate the crisis, especially because the country hosts over 1 million Rohingya refugees, most of them housed in densely populated refugee camps.

Kaynak https://globalvoices.org/2020/03/21/quarantine-woes-in-bangladesh-amidst-coronavirus-fears/

Hükümet, etkilenen COVID-19 ülkelerinden geri dönen Bangladeşlilere evde karantinaya gitme talimatı verdi. Ancak izleme eksikliği, hastalığın hızla yayılabileceği endişelerine yol açtı.
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Resim Pete Linforth tarafından Pixabay’a yüklendi
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Resim Pete Linforth tarafından Pixabay’a yüklendi

Next steps

The Center for Disease Control of the Directorate General of Health Services demanded the health ministry to seek out 100,000 COVID-19 test kits and 500,000 surgical masks, but it will take some time to import them.

China has offered to provide Bangladesh with about 10,000 coronavirus testing kits, 10,000 pieces of medical protective clothing, and masks and infrared thermometers to deal with testing people for the virus.

Meanwhile, Ganashystha Kendra, a local health institution in Bangladesh, claims that it had developed a cheap “rapid dot blot” testing kit after two months of research which can detect COVID-19 in 15 minutes. The unit, if mass-produced, would cost around  $4.5 United States dollars per kit. Ganashystha Kendra has reportedly obtained government approval to import the materials to produce this.

On March 19, 2020, authorities locked down the whole of Shibchar Upazila in Madaripur district as a number of new COVID-19 patients were detected in the area. The government has also indicated that more areas would be put under lockdown if the situation worsens.

As the situation escalates, many are looking to see how Bangladesh will navigate the crisis, especially because the country hosts over 1 million Rohingya refugees, most of them housed in densely populated refugee camps.

Kaynak https://globalvoices.org/2020/03/21/quarantine-woes-in-bangladesh-amidst-coronavirus-fears/

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