Not wearing a veil while in broad daylight is currently illicit, as indicated by a roundabout gave by the Directorate General of Health Services tonight.
Not wearing a veil in open now illicit: DGHS
The "offense" conveys a greatest sentence of a half year, or Tk 1 lakh fine, or both.
Violators can be arraigned under Section 24 of the Communicable Diseases (Prevention, Control and Eradication) Act 2018 for "transmitting a transferable malady", expressed the round marked by Prof Dr Nasima Sultana, extra chief general of the DGHS.
What's more, the individual can be indicted under Section 25 of a similar demonstration, for "overlooking the request for the Director-General and Civil Surgeon". This offense conveys a jail sentence of a quarter of a year and a greatest fine of Tk 50,000.
Other "general wellbeing measures" gave by the DGHS should likewise be kept up, neglecting to do which will be viewed as an infringement of the law, and deserving of the two areas referenced previously.
While the lockdown has been lifted, a time limitation will keep on being forced between 8:00pm till 6:00am. Development limitations will stay set up during the period when just crises will be viewed as exemptions, said the round.
As indicated by the roundabout, special cases incorporate "crisis access to shops, driving to and from work, purchasing prescription, the arrangement of medicinal services, covering the dead."