Awami League presidium member Mohammad Nasim (MP) said Quarantine must be strict to prevent coronavirus infection. He also remarks that Bangladeshis need to be detained to keep quarantine back overseas to prevent the transmission of coronavirus. He added that we have to be more strict towards them. He said this after an emergency meeting of the central 14 parties at Dhanmondi residence on Thursday evening.
Awami League presidium member Mohammad Nasim said law and order surveillance should be increased to ensure Quarantine of foreign return home. They will be arrested if necessary, no Marcy will be shown in this regard. Because of them, the virus has spread to the country.
Former health minister urged Coronavirus Detection Kit and Doctors-Nurses to be brought in for personal protection in an emergency arrangement with special arrangement. Nasim said we are all concerned about the Virus. There is not enough coronavirus detection Kit in our country. For this reason, The Coronavirus Detection Kit has not been provided at the district-Upazila level.
Quarantine must be strict to prevent coronavirus infection
IEDCR has a disease detection center in Dhaka. The centers for disease detection need to raise a few more. Disease identification Kit must be sent at the divisional and district level. Public and privet doctors should be employed to prevent coronavirus infection.
Mohammad Nasim said the doctors involved in the medical care of patients suffering from the coronavirus should give personal protection equipment to each of the health care staff so that they do not become infected. Doctors and nurses are at risk of not having enough PPE(Personal protection equipment) in the country. I think urgently need to arrange special aircraft to be brought from countries where China with Vietnam has health equipment.
He said that where the finance minister has said that there would be no money problem, PPI should be brought quickly with the help of prime minister Sheikh Hasina in urgent steps of the health ministry.
News source: Online news portal