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Today's Gallery (2020.06.25)

garment workers

Dinghies crammed with mostly garment workers arriving in Nishat Nagar area of Tongi, crossing the Turag river, yesterday morning. Everyone, except a few, is wearing masks. The boat could have carried fewer people to ensure physical distancing. Photo: Palash Khan

leaving the capital

Two men sitting atop the furniture and luggage being carried on a truck. Middle- and lower-income families leaving the capital has become a common sight lately, as the financial fallout from the Covid-19 outbreak and shutdown has made it impossible for many to cover living expenses. The photo was taken in Gabtoli area yesterday. PHOTO: RASHED SHUMON

Garments workers

Dinghies crammed with mostly garment workers arriving in Nishat Nagar area of Tongi, crossing the Turag river, yesterday morning. Everyone, except a few, is wearing masks. The boat could have carried fewer people to ensure physical distancing. Photo: Palash Khan

staffers of a jewellers

Staffers of a jewellers’ in New Market sitting outside the shop, idling away time. Even though the shutdown for Covid-19 was partially withdrawn nearly three weeks ago, large businesses and shops are yet to see the usual turnout of customers. PHOTO: PRABIR DAS

covid-19 test report

Saiful Islam is all smiles holding a report that says his grandchild tested negative for coronavirus at the National Institute of Neuro-Sciences & Hospital in the capital. He came from Jashore with the child for a surgery. Photo: Amran Hossain

illegal structure

This illegal structure built at port city’s Baizid area was demolished during a drive yesterday. Many such structures were constructed amid the pandemic after a group razed the hills, promptting the authorities to take action. PHOTO: RAJIB RAIHAN

mirpurs mazar road

Just one slip of a toe, and a cup of tea might end up costing a broken limb or two. The city corporation is carrying out development work at Mirpur’s Mazar Road, so small tea stalls are having to improvise with wooden planks as bridges to keep their business running despite the gaping hole on the side of the road. PHOTO: RASHED SHUMON

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