Imrul Hossain for DOT
 On the seventh day of the strict lockdown enforced to stem the spread of the novel coronavirus in the country, the number of people entering into the capital has increased, report banglanews24.com, Prothom Alo.
 The number of traffic including rickshaw, motorcycle and private cars were comparatively high at Dhanmondi, Mirpur, Gulistan, Farmgate, Airport, Kamalapur, Motijheel and different areas of Dhak yesterday.
 Abu Sufian, a banker, lives in Khilgaon area in Dhaka. As his workplace remained open, he was going to the bank on a rickshaw.
He said that the presence of rickshaws was tick compared to the other days.
“The bus fare was Tk 40. Now it costs Tk 400,” said he.
 Syful Islam pulls a rickshaw at Shyamoli Ring Road area in Dhaka. He said that he demanded a higher fare than the usual one from 9am. Most of the passengers came out for emergency purposes.