Singapore expatriate wife leaves home over coronavirus panic

Dhaka, Thursday   02 April 2020


Singapore expatriate wife leaves home over coronavirus panic

 Tangail Correspondent

 Published: 10:54 PM, 16 February 2020  

Photo: Collected

Photo: Collected

A Singapore expatriate's wife left home and shelter to his father's house in suspicion that his husband infected with deadly Coronavirus. The incident took place at Basil in Tangail. The news spread panic to the people of the area.  

The man's name is Abbas Ali. He is the son of Shamsul Haque of Deoli Southpara village of the upazila. He returned home from Singapore on Thursday. 

It was reported that Abbas was taken to the Upazila Health Complex after consultation with UNO on Sunday in suspation of coronavirus infected. From there, he was sent to Tangail General Hospital. 

Hospital authorities say there was no sign of the Coronavirus to his body and he has been sent to Dhaka for better examination.

UP Chairman Mirza Raziq said Abbas came home and informed his wife about the Coronavirus in foreign countries. The wife panicked and went to her father's house. Since then, panic has spread among the locals.

Abbas Ali said he never had a fever or cold. Rumors are being spread against him for harassment.