At least 22 judges of lower courts have been infected with Covid-19 during a training at Bangladesh Judicial Administration Training Institute, officials said on Monday.
The infected judges were from 43rd and 44th batches of the training, said director of Bangladesh Judicial Administration Training Institute, Mohammad Golam Kibria.
They were kept in isolation at the institute, he said.
The authorities concerned also suspended the training until further notice, as the judges got infected with the virus, he added.
The two-month long training of 70 judges of different Assistant Judges and Judicial Magistrates began on January 9.
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