Cox’s Bazar success in ‘No Mask No Service’ in beach
Published: 02:29 PM, 23 November 2020
The district administration and the tourist police have succeeded in taking the utmost precaution to ensure hygiene rules in Cox’s Bazar beach to prevent the outbreak of coronavirus. Tourists are also going to the beach with masks after implementing the ‘No Mask No Service’ policy. They are also praising the initiative of the administration.
It has been seen on the spot that the tourist police is miking at all the points of the beach including Sugandha, Laboni, Kolatoli - telling the people: “The second wave of coronavirus infections has started in different parts of the world. It can start in our country too. Tourists must wear a face mask to go to the beach following the hygiene rules.”
Almost all the tourists are following such instructions of the administration. Traders are also buying and selling masks by wearing masks.
Nazmul Hossain, a businessman from Jatrabari in the capital, said the administration’s efforts in ensuring hygiene at the beach are commendable. Tourist police are also very active in ensuring necessary warnings to all including tourists and businessmen. “Most of the people in the city, including hotels and restaurants, are sincere in following the hygiene rules. People have become more aware than before,” he added.
Cox’s Bazar Tourist Police SP Md. Zillur Rahman said tourists and locals have become more aware than before. “Earlier, we faced difficulties in ensuring all to wear a mask. Now most tourists come to the beach wearing masks,” he also said.
Traders also wear masks, use sanitizers. If we follow the hygiene rules, we will soon get rid of the coronavirus, SP Md. Zillur Rahman added.