Abide by the rules of hygiene at work | Sheikh Hasina

Abide by the rules of hygiene at work

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has said that in order to protect each other from the epidemic, people of all walks of life in the country have to abide by the rules of hygiene at work, at home and outside.

The Prime Minister said this in a message on the occasion of National Occupational Health and Safety Day on Tuesday. The theme of this year’s day is ‘Promise of Mujib Year, May there be a decent working environment for all’.

Sheikh Hasina said the Awami League government is working relentlessly to make Bangladesh a middle-income country by 2021 and a developed and prosperous country by 2041 There is no alternative to creating awareness among the people about occupational health and safety.

 She called upon all to build the ‘Golden Bangladesh’ of the Father of the Nation’s dream by ensuring a decent and healthy working environment.

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has said abide by the rules of hygiene at work

The Prime Minister said, ‘Considering the importance of hard work and sacrifice of working people in achieving sustainable development goals, this day ‘Promise of Mujibvarsha, Shovan She said, “All the activities undertaken with this theme will play a significant role in maintaining safety and health in the workplace and the right message to all concerned to take specific steps to reduce accidents and health risks by improving the work environment.” I believe he can deliver. ‘

Corona Update in Bangladesh

IEDCR gives us detailed information about 341 people affected by Coronavirus in the last 24 hours. In the last 24 hours, 549 have been infected and 3 have died. So far, 6462 have been infected by Corona and in Bangladesh and 155 have died. 139 of them returned home healthy.

Dr Nasima Sultana, Additional director of the government’s Blood Disease and Research institute(IEDCR), said this at a regular online bulletin on the Coronavirus this afternoon.


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