The doctors of the quarantine centre have advised the expatriates to stay in home quarantine
The authorities of the Directorate General of Health Services have released 58 Bangladeshis, who returned here from Italy last night, from the Ashkona Hajj Camp quarantine centre after checking their body temperature.
The doctors of the quarantine centre have advised the expatriates to stay in home quarantine.
Dr ABM Abdullah, a medicine specialist and personal physician to the Prime Minister said, "Usually if one shows no symptoms like fever, cough or runny nose, we send them home to stay in home quarantine. There is no need for blood test. If there were symptoms, then we would take cough samples."
However, the expatriates have complained of mismanagement.
One of the Italy-returnees, Sheikh Alamin said, "We were not provided any food till this morning. There are mosquitoes and bugs everywhere. The environment in the camp is dirty."
Another 152 passengers came from Italy this morning. They were brought to Ashkona camp directly from the airport.
Four more Bangladeshis arrived here from Shanghai and one from Italy this afternoon.