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Today's Gallery (2020.07.04)

BEFORE THE LOCKDOWN...

BEFORE THE LOCKDOWN...With a part of Old Dhaka’s Wari set to go under lockdown from today, residents of the area yesterday took every last-minute preparation to hunker down for 21 days. Geared in their headcaps, masks, goggles and face shields, they stocked up on groceries, poultry and vegetables, as authorities set up bamboo barriers on entry points to the area. PHOTO: FIROZ AHMED

BEFORE THE LOCKDOWN...

BEFORE THE LOCKDOWN...With a part of Old Dhaka’s Wari set to go under lockdown from today, residents of the area yesterday took every last-minute preparation to hunker down for 21 days. Geared in their headcaps, masks, goggles and face shields, they stocked up on groceries, poultry and vegetables, as authorities set up bamboo barriers on entry points to the area. PHOTO: FIROZ AHMED

BEFORE THE LOCKDOWN...

BEFORE THE LOCKDOWN...With a part of Old Dhaka’s Wari set to go under lockdown from today, residents of the area yesterday took every last-minute preparation to hunker down for 21 days. Geared in their headcaps, masks, goggles and face shields, they stocked up on groceries, poultry and vegetables, as authorities set up bamboo barriers on entry points to the area. PHOTO: FIROZ AHMED

BEFORE THE LOCKDOWN...

BEFORE THE LOCKDOWN...With a part of Old Dhaka’s Wari set to go under lockdown from today, residents of the area yesterday took every last-minute preparation to hunker down for 21 days. Geared in their headcaps, masks, goggles and face shields, they stocked up on groceries, poultry and vegetables, as authorities set up bamboo barriers on entry points to the area. PHOTO: FIROZ AHMED

covid-19 testing

Ansar members swoop on Shaon Hossain, middle, at the entrance to Mugda General Hospital around 9:00am yesterday for protesting “anomalies” in token distribution for Covid-19 testing. A resident of Dakshin Mugda, Shaon took his cancer patient mother to the city hospital to give samples. He was 36th in a long queue, but he could not collect a token despite waiting for hours. He said Ansars were supposed to give 40 tokens for the day, but they handed out only about 15. Photo: Anisur Rahman

refilling station

Signs put up at a refilling station in the capital’s Rajarbagh area say expired cylinders will not be filled and no fuel will be supplied to vehicles without valid fitness certificates. However, none was seen enforcing the directives at the station. Photo: Anisur Rahman

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