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Find out the lack of healthcare concerns of mass populations and the local government during the epidemic in rural area: a study on Basail Upazila, Tangail, Bangladesh

Author Affiliations

  • 1School of Public Administration, Sichuan University, China
  • 2School of Public Policy Analysis, Tampere University, Finland

Int. Res. J. Social Sci., Volume 11, Issue (4), Pages 1-6, October,14 (2022)


The COVID-19 pandemic produced by SARS-CoV-2 has seen a rapid increase in the number of infected people, and a high fatality rate, making it a global public health issue. If any country wants to control the virus, then those country's government need to focus on everywhere in the country to maintain social awareness. The local government should be informed highly to be aware of the COVID-19 virus in people in rural. This study found that most of the rural areas people do not like to follow the social distancing. The local government should be careful about these things. This study aims to find the lack of healthcare concerns of mass populations in the rural areas of Bangladesh. Appraise the preparatory measures taken by the government during the epidemic, and finally, this study highlighted the present scenario of Social awareness of rural areas people. This study will help the Government of Bangladesh (GoB) find out their lack of health concerns to control the COVID-19 virus spreading and maintain Social awareness in the rural areas people.


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