Bangladesh’s foreign minister tested positive for COVID-19
Dhaka, November 25 Bangladesh’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs said in a statement on the 25th that Bangladesh Foreign Minister Mu Ming and Foreign Minister Masaood, Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, tested positive for the novel coronavirus.
The statement said that Moumin and Masood were tested positive for COVID-19 before going abroad. The two are currently quarantined at home, in normal physical condition, and the relevant trip has been cancelled.
According to the data released by Bangladesh’s health department on the 25th, there have been 2,156 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the country in the past 24 hours, with a total of 454146 confirmed cases; 39 new deaths, with a total of 6,487 deaths; 2,302 new cured cases and a total of 3,691 cured cases. 79 cases.
As winter approaches, in response to a possible second wave of the coronavirus, the Bangladeshi government has reiterated that the public should wear masks in markets, mosques and other public and private places, and that all public institutions and private units should not provide services to people who do not wear masks. In addition, government departments have also strengthened supervision over the implementation of epidemic prevention and control policies.