Although the country has been recording an increasing number of coronavirus cases over the past few weeks, the capital has returned to its old expression of overcrowd and traffic congestion on Sunday.
Bangladesh’s confirmed coronavirus cases soared to 22,268 on Sunday with the detection of 1,273 new cases while 14 more died in the last 24 hours until morning, raising the coronavirus death toll to 328, according to the Directorate General of Health Services.
Dhaka city alone has about 58 percent of the confirmed cases.
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The city roads which went quite empty at the end of March and April, recently filed again with human chaos and movement as the lockdown was partially withdrawn by the government.
UNB photographer captured photos of roads overcrowded with vehicles and city dwellers at Rampur and Banasree area on Sunday.
A tailback is created on the Banasree road amid the coronavirus outbreak.
A long tailback triggered on Rampura road where people and street hawkers standing on road carelessly on Sunday.
People walking along and crowding around the street hawkers at Rampura road.
Without following any guideline of social distance people and rickshaw-pullers hover on road amid traffic congestion.