Low hygiene in domestic flights

The domestic terminal of Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport in the capital, one on Tuesday.
A few passengers pushed and entered the terminal.
The airline staff stood silently with infrared thermometers in their hands.
Some of the workers were not wearing gloves and masks.
Without measuring with a hand thermometer, they are arbitrarily recording the body temperature of the passengers in the prescribed form of health examination.

One worker wrote the temperature on the form of 11 passengers together as ‘36.2 degrees Celsius’. When asked, the worker did not answer. Some passengers said they were not given masks, gloves and face shields by the airline.

The government’s Civil Aviation Authority (CAAB) has allowed domestic flights to run from June 1, with 25 per cent vacancies and strict hygiene rules.

After that, CAAB lifted the rule of leaving seats vacant from September 13.
The airlines started carrying passengers in all the seats.
However, the chairman of the Air Vice Marshal. Mofidur Rahman said that even if the flight is operated with full seats, other health rules have to be followed as before.
The first few days of hygiene were followed, but now everything is loose.

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