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 Amid the scam of Regent-JKG, the government took the decision that corona-negative certificate is mandatory for all the outbound passengers, reports BBC Bangla.
 18 days into the decision, the government backtracked from the decision saying that the certificate is a must if it is demanded by the destination country.
 Otherwise, the people will be able to fly abroad without the corona-negative certificate.
 The corona-negative certificate mandatory announcement was made on July 12 and it took effect just a week ago.  Just after a couple of days, an influential leader of the ruling party and daughter of a former minister was caught at Dhaka airport while heading for England.
The incident created furor in the country.
 Air Vice Marshal M Mofidur Rahman, chairman of Civil Aviation Authority of Bangladesh (CAAB) said that the corona-negative certificate is mandatory if it is sought by the country of destination.