Wari under lockdown

  • The residents of Old Dhaka’s Wari are trying to cross the makeshift barricade erected at the entry in defiance of lockdown curbs issued by the government to prevent the spread of coronavirus outbreak.

    The residents of Old Dhaka’s Wari are trying to cross the makeshift barricade erected at the entry in defiance of lockdown curbs issued by the government to prevent the spread of coronavirus outbreak.

  • The traders transferring goods over the makeshift barricade erected at the entry of Old Dhaka’s Wari amid the lockdown enforced in the area for 21 days to stop the spread of coronavirus outbreak.

    The traders transferring goods over the makeshift barricade erected at the entry of Old Dhaka’s Wari amid the lockdown enforced in the area for 21 days to stop the spread of coronavirus outbreak.

  • A local shop was found open in front of the Joy Kali temple in Old Dhaka’s Wari even though stores and offices are to remain shut until the end of lockdown designed by the government to stop the coronavirus spread.

    A local shop was found open in front of the Joy Kali temple in Old Dhaka’s Wari even though stores and offices are to remain shut until the end of lockdown designed by the government to stop the coronavirus spread.

  • The residents of Wari are allowed to use only Chandicharan Bose Street to enter or leave for emergency purposes amid the lockdown enforced in the area to stop the coronavirus spread.

    The residents of Wari are allowed to use only Chandicharan Bose Street to enter or leave for emergency purposes amid the lockdown enforced in the area to stop the coronavirus spread.

  • The residents of Wari have been told to register names to enter or leave for emergency purposes.

    The residents of Wari have been told to register names to enter or leave for emergency purposes.

  • DSCC workers spraying disinfectants at Old Dhaka’s Wari, the area flagged as red zone, to stop the spread of coronavirus outbreak.

    DSCC workers spraying disinfectants at Old Dhaka’s Wari, the area flagged as red zone, to stop the spread of coronavirus outbreak.

  • Army personnel patrol Old Dhaka’s Wari as the government flagged the area as red zone and placed the COVID-19 hotspots under a 21-day lockdown to stop the coronavirus spread.

    Army personnel patrol Old Dhaka’s Wari as the government flagged the area as red zone and placed the COVID-19 hotspots under a 21-day lockdown to stop the coronavirus spread.

  • Children spend time on the corridor to break monotony for a while during a 21-day lockdown enforced in Old Dhaka’s Wari designed to stop the coronavirus spread.

    Children spend time on the corridor to break monotony for a while during a 21-day lockdown enforced in Old Dhaka’s Wari designed to stop the coronavirus spread.

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