How to prevent railway fever

Railways in Bangladesh have been plagued by the coronavirus outbreak for months.

The railway ministry has been working hard to stop the spread of the virus, but this year has been even more challenging.

Bangladesh’s government has been busy with public health initiatives to fight the pandemic.

The country is among the world’s largest, with more than 90 million people.

It has one of the world´s largest railways, the DST, and has the world largest passenger rail network.

In a statement, the railway ministry said it has been making efforts to implement the National Action Plan for Railways, which is a coordinated response plan for all sectors of the railway industry.

It also said that it has started an intensive project to identify the most vulnerable passengers, and the most important tasks are to identify and remove potential barriers to passenger movement and minimise the spread.

The ministry said this was an important step in its plan to eradicate the virus and the railway system in Bangladesh.

The DST was established in 2005 and is the largest and most modern railway network in the world.

It operates in all of Bangladesh.

The railways have been in the news recently because of the coronivirus.

Earlier this month, the government announced that it was suspending the DTH until a new plan is in place.

The move was expected to make a difference in the situation.

The government said the suspension would help to curb the spread in the country.

In March, the Ministry of Railways launched a new campaign, to make people aware of the risks and help them get the information they need.

The campaign includes posters, posters cards and pamphlets, as well as leaflets and other materials.

The campaign is being led by the national rail company, which was established to promote passenger rail service.

The company is expected to announce more details about the campaign in the coming days.

The Bangladesh Railway has been facing a significant number of train accidents since the coronovirus hit in March, and is expected be among the first in the region to see more deaths due to the virus.

The state-run railway operator has been taking steps to prevent passengers from travelling to remote areas and has stepped up its surveillance of passengers on the railways, and recently announced it would be using a virtual-reality platform to help train drivers understand the risks of travel on the system.