Quarantine is compulsory for Bangladeshis in France

Quarantine has been made compulsory for people going from Bangladesh to France. Passengers from Bangladesh, Turkey, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Nepal, the United Arab Emirates, and Qatar will have to undergo a mandatory 10-day quarantine when they arrive in France, the French news agency AFP reported on Friday (May 7th).

However, India was added to the list last month due to a massive increase in infections. Earlier, France banned all flights with Brazil to stop the P1 variant. Also on the quarantine list are Argentina, Chile, and South Africa.

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Passengers from these countries must have a Corona PCR test within 36 hours before entering France. However, sources said the rules for newly added countries would be lifted by the end of this week. Arriving in France, these passengers must show that they have a place to stay for quarantine. They can leave the quarantine area for two hours every day.

Corona infections have been on the rise in the country since December last year. At the beginning of April, the daily infection reached 60,000. However, the infection has started to decrease again. Although it is still in an alarming condition.

In the last 24 hours, 21,612 new cases of corona have been reported in France. Besides, 219 people have died. The total number of people infected with a corona in the country is 57 lakh 26 thousand 90 people. A total of 1 lakh 5 thousand 650 people have died due to the virus.

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