ICCB reopens with hygiene precautions

Staff Correspondent

30 October, 2020 12:00 AM printer

ICCB reopens with hygiene precautions

Wearing a face mask, a bridegroom enters the International Convention City Bashundhara (ICCB) in the capital on Thursday, the first day of the reopening of the country’s largest exhibition centre. —SUN photo

International Convention City Bashundhara (ICCB) reopened on Thursday after more than six months of closure by maintaining all the necessary hygiene and health precautions to prevent the spread of Covid-19.

The country’s largest exhibition centre located near 300ft Purbachal Express Highway opened its door by hosting a wedding ceremony last night.

Officials shared the procedures for organising exhibition or weddings by maintaining all health precautions. ICCB Chief Executive MM Jasim Uddin briefed the media personnel on the occasion.

“We’ve reopened the ICCB, maintaining the guidelines of the WHO and the government for public gatherings. Besides, all staff of ICCB have been trained in hygiene and health management. From now, all public and personal events will be hosted maintaining the hygiene practices,” ICCB Chief Executive MM Jasim Uddin told Daily Sun.

During the suspension closure, Bashundhara Group supported the government’s fight against Covid-19 infection by transforming the trade centre into the country’s largest isolation centre for coronavirus patients. This initiative was appreciated locally and internationally.