Today's Gallery (2020.07.14) | The Daily Star

Today's Gallery (2020.07.14)

trading of boats

Trading of boats going on in full swing at the traditional floating market on Atghor Kuriana canal in Pirojpur’s Nesarabad (previously known as Swarupkathi) upazila. Prices range from Tk 1,500 to Tk 6,000 depending on the size of boats. The monsoon is the peak season for boat trade. The photo was taken recently. Photo: Titu Das

nurses of Dhaka Medical College Hospital

Some nurses of Dhaka Medical College Hospital wait to board microbuses outside the hospital to go to a hotel designated for them. These health workers have been staying in hotels since the coronavirus outbreak in the country, so that their family members don’t contract the virus from them. Many of them tested Covid-19 positive and return to work following recovery. Photo: Anisur Rahman

released from the covid-19 unit

Md Ohidullah, 65, flashing the victory sign after being released from the Covid-19 unit at Dhaka Medical College Hospital yesterday. The senior citizen from Laxmipur’s Ramganj upazila was admitted to the hospital 12 days ago after he tested positive for the virus. Elderly people are at greater risk of developing severe symptoms of Covid-19. Photo: Firoz Ahmed

cattle market

Workers set up a cattle market in Muradpur Bibir Haat area in Chattogram city yesterday, despite recommendation from the national technical advisory committee on Covid-19 to not have any such cattle markets in the port city (as well as Dhaka, Narayanganj and Gazipur cities) to contain the coronavirus outbreak. PHOTO: RAJIB RAIHAN

kalurghat bridge in chattogram

A serious accident is just a matter of time on the run-down Kalurghat Bridge in Chattogram, constructed in the British era. Hundreds of vehicles, plying the bridge, are facing difficulties every day, as the deck and iron fencing on both sides of the bridge have become worn-out and numerous potholes developed on it, giving way to mishaps. Under the circumstances, the railway authorities have decided to suspend vehicular movement on the bridge from 10pm to 8am tll July 23 for the much-needed repair work. This photo was taken yesterday. Photo: Rajib Raihan

mountains of plastic waste

Not a drop of water remains in this canal beside the capital’s Demra Staff Quarter Road. Instead, the area is filled to the brim with mountains of plastic waste. Such blatant disregard for the environment does not only pollute waterways, but impacts the lives of residents nearby as well, as they are deprived of a clean liveable city. This photo was taken recently. PHOTO: ANISUR RAHMAN

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