One death, detection rate rises further

One death, detection rate rises further
One death, detection rate rises further

In the last 24 hours, one more person died of coronavirus in the country. With him, this virus has taken the lives of 29 thousand 331 people so far.

In the last 24 hours, another 278 people have been diagnosed with corona. With them, the total number of confirmed patients has reached 20 lakh 14 thousand 355.

In the last 24 hours, the detection rate against testing has increased to 8.34 percent, which was 7.40 percent the previous day.

This information has been informed in the regular press release on corona issue sent by the health department on Friday.

According to the notification, 3 thousand 337 samples were collected in the last 24 hours. 3 thousand 334 samples were tested. The detection rate against the test is 8.34 percent. Since the beginning of the epidemic, the total detection rate is 13.62 percent.

It is also said that 260 people have recovered from Corona in the last 24 hours. 19 lakh 58 thousand 307 people have recovered with them so far.

The number of patients has been on the rise since June last year due to the spread of the delta variant. A maximum of 16 thousand 230 people were diagnosed with corona in one day on July 28.

On July 7, 2021, for the first time, the number of deaths due to corona in the country exceeded 200. Between August 5 and 10, 264 people died, the highest single-day death toll in the pandemic. After several days more than 2 hundred died.

Then on August 13, the number of deaths started to fall below 200. After being over 100 for a long time, the death toll dropped below 100 on August 28. After Delta, a new type of corona hits Omicron.

On April 20, the health department reported the death due to corona. After that, Bangladesh passed 30 consecutive days without death due to Corona. Recently the fourth wave of Corona has started but the situation is under control.


The article is in Bengali

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