The Coronavirus pandemic that has been raging since late March has rapidly changed people’s lives across the country.
Health authorities detected 1,950 new cases and 35 more deaths of Covid-19 in the last 24 hours on Tuesday.
After remaining in home isolation for days, city dwellers are becoming restless and have already started avoiding social distancing and hygiene guidelines.
People were seen hovering around parks and public places without wearing any facemasks or maintaining any social distance.
The same scenario appeared in the public transports were commuters were seen sitting next to each other closely with little distance.
Along with all these anomalies, increasing amounts of plastic and domestic wastes are dumped beside the road also making the capital unlivable and triggering acute environmental hazards.
UNB Photojournalists grabbed photos of the city dwellers at different parts of the capital on Tuesday.
People sitting on the staircase of Central Shaheed Minar in Dhaka University campus.
Commuters on a city bus with no sign of social distancing.
A bus contractor in Hatirjheel boarding passengers after checking their tickets where no hand sanitizer is being used by any of them.
Domestic waste along with a huge amount of used plastic dumped beside a road in Banasree area triggering severe environmental pollution.
A man trying to cross a road where a huge amount of domestic waste and used plastics have been dumped triggering severe environmental pollution in the Banasree area.