The Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) has said that one can rejoin their work after 14 days of recovery from Covid-19.
In a virtual press briefing today, Additional Director General of Health Directorate Professor Dr Nasima Sultana said, "Many people are facing trouble in returning to their workplaces. In this regard, a Covid-19 patient must stay in 14-day isolation initially and s/he can return to work after spending 14 more days in quarantine if there is no symptoms of the virus."
"Though WHO and CDC recommended to stay 10-day in quarantine after recovery, but we here advise to stay four more days as precaution. So the employers and organizations can consider allowing the recovered patients to return to work," she added.
She also said there will be no need for further test.