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Factories to remain closed for 14 days from 23 July

The Bangladesh govt. has decided that all kinds of factories in Bangladesh will stay closed from 23 July to 5 August as the government will enforce strict COVID-19 lockdown throughout the time after easing restrictions one week due to Eid.

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Figure: Bangladesh govt. has decided that all kinds of factories in Bangladesh will stay closed from 23 July to 5 August as the government will enforce strict COVID-19 lockdown.

The Cabinet Division announced today that imposed strict lockdown restrictions will be relaxed for a week from 14 July to 23 July to facilitate trades and economic activities centering Eid-ul-Adha.

A new set of restrictions will be imposed following the relaxation from 23 July to 5 August.

The Cabinet Division has issued a gazette notification on Tuesday in this regard detailing the rules and regulations to be imposed from 23 July.

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