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Returnees to lose passports if they violate quarantine rule

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The district administration has warned that passports of foreign-returnees will be cancelled if they violate the home quarantine rules.
A public notice, signed by Manikganj Deputy Commissioner (DC) SM Ferdous, was issued on Tuesday in this regard, reports our district correspondent.
The foreign-returnees have been asked to be present at respective local health complex, office of the Upazila Nirbahi Officer or police station with their passports.
They have to report about their return through mobile phones, the notice read.

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