Request for ‘eye-catching’ passengers not to travel abroad
The authorities of Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport have requested the passengers suffering from ‘Shokh Jalal’ disease not to travel abroad.
In a notice on Tuesday (September 27), the executive director of the airport, Group Captain Md. Kamrul Islam.
According to the notification, recently, the health department of Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport has been seeing infected outbound passengers every day. In view of this, for the convenience of passengers, foreign travelers are requested not to travel abroad if possible within seven days of the appearance of symptoms.
It is said that if a passenger has visa-related complications or if it is necessary to go abroad, a passenger suffering from an eye disease will seek the help of a BMDC registered ophthalmologist or MBBS doctor. Also arrive at the airport wearing appropriate prescriptions, necessary medications and sunglasses.
The health officer of the airport health department will issue a travel fitness certificate to the passenger after monitoring the patient’s condition and verifying the mentioned documents, the notification said.