Some 1,090 Bangladesh nationals, mostly patients and medical tourists, have returned home through Benapole International Check Post in the last four days.
The travellers, who got stuck in India due to coronavirus lockdown, have returned from India under a special management.
According to the Benapole Immigration Police, 235 people returned home on May 14 while 270, 375 and 210 on May 15, 16, 17 respectively.
The on-duty medical team of Benapole Immigration Police gave them clearance certificates after medical check-up.
As per a government order issued on May 13, those who have no coronavirus symptom need not to be kept under institutional quarantine.
Inspector Md Mohsin Uddin at the immigration police said 1,090 Bangladeshis have returned home from India in the last four days.
They have been given clearance to go back home after their medical test as they had no corona symptom.
Source: United News of Bangladesh