Bangladesh is at risk of new disease 'Noble corona-virus' The disease was recently diagnosed with respiratory disease (pneumonia) in Huan, China's Hubei Province. Already, two people have died of the disease and at least three have been reported sick.
The World Health Organization has on January 3 formulated an interim guideline for various countries, including China, on what measures need to be taken to prevent the spread of the new disease. Guidelines on how to monitor sick people, test samples, treat patients, prevent infections in health centers, ensure adequate supply of medical supplies and raise public awareness about the new virus. Countries around the world, including the United States, have begun testing passengers arriving on direct flights from China.
Travelers with regular flights to Bangladesh with China for various reasons, including commerce, are likely to spread the disease with new virus in Bangladesh. Therefore, according to the World Health Organization guidelines, pathological experts have urgently needed to take precautionary measures to prevent 'Noble Corona-virus' infection now.
Former Director of the Institute of Pathology, Disease Control and Research (IEDCR), Dr. Asked about Mahmudur Rahman, he said that necessary steps should be taken immediately to prevent the spread of the new type of virus 'Nobel Corona-virus', which has recently appeared in Huang City, China.
He said regular flights arriving from China and Hong Kong on regular flights are at risk of infection. Therefore, from now on, passengers arriving in China and Hong Kong will have to take initiative to inform the passengers of the new disease by screening, providing respiratory problems, by providing special health cards. Public and private hospitals and clinics need to be informed about the new disease. Besides, awareness among the people has to be made.
Health Department sources said that an emergency orientation program has been organized at Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport to inform the media about the disease with the initiative of the Department of Infectious Disease Control (CDC).
In the morning, the director (CDC) Professor Dr. Sania was not immediately available when she tried to connect with Tahmina on mobile. He said he was in the meeting for a brief message.