Coronavirus: 30 More Deaths in Bangladesh

  • Dr. Nasima said 30 more people have died in the country in the last 24 hours due to coronavirus infection.
  • Dr. Nasima said 11,465 samples have been collected in the last 24 hours.
  • In the last 24 hours, 2,142 people have come to the home and institutional quarantine.

In the last 24 hours, 30 more people have died in Bangladesh and 2,686 people have been newly identified. So far, 2,305 people have died from Coronavirus in the country. In all, 161,129 cases have been identified. This information has been given in the official bulletin of the coronavirus situation of the health department on Saturday.

The COVID-19 pandemic was confirmed to have spread to Bangladesh in March 2020. As of July 11, there have been a total of 181,129 confirmed cases in the country, with 88,034 recoveries and 2,305 deaths.

Dr. Nasima Sultana, Director-General of the Department of Health, took part in the publication of the bulletin. Dr. Nasima said 30 more people have died in the country in the last 24 hours due to coronavirus infection. They are 25 men and five women.

There are three between the ages of 31 and 40, three between the ages of 41 and 50, eight between the ages of 51 and 60, twelve between the ages of 61 and 60, three between the ages of 61 and 60, and one between the ages of 61 and 90. Among those who have died so far are 1,624 males and 481 females.

It was reported that the 30 new people who died were thirteen from Dhaka division, ten from the Chittagong division, three from the Rajshahi division, three from the Khulna division, and one from Barisal division. Eighteen people died at the hospital, eleven at home, and one was brought to the hospital already dead.

Dr. Nasima said 11,465 samples have been collected in the last 24 hours. At the same time, 11,193 tests have been done with the previous sample. Of these, 2,006 people have been identified as coronavirus patients. So far, 171,129 coronavirus patients have been identified in the country, and so far 929,465 samples have been tested.

According to the data, there are 6,305 general beds and 142 ICU beds for coronavirus patients in Dhaka, 14,945 general beds, and 3,094 ICU beds across the country.

Institute of Epidemiology Disease Control And Research (IEDCR) is a Bangladesh government research institute, under the Ministry of Health, responsible for researching epidemiological and communicable disease in Bangladesh as well as disease control.

In the context of isolation, it was informed that in the last 24 hours, 653 more people have been taken in new isolation. At the same time, 554 people were released from isolation. So far 35,006 people have gone to isolation. So far, 18,026 people have been exempted from isolation. At present, there are 16,491 people in isolation.

Information about quarantine is also given in the bulletin. It is said that in the last 24 hours, 2,142 people have come to the home and institutional quarantine. At the same time, 2,226 people got an exemption from quarantine.

So far a total of 391,323 people have gone to quarantine. And so far 326,081 people have got an exemption from quarantine. After the exemption, there is currently 73,452 people in-home and institutional quarantine.

There are 629 institutions ready for institutional quarantine across the country. According to the bulletin, 31,991 people can be served immediately through this. According to the bulletin, in the last 24 hours, the health window of the health department and the hotline of the IEDCR have received 17036 calls. Health advice has been given to everyone in these calls.

In the last 24 hours, five more physicians have been added to provide online services on the platform Muktapath. At present, the total number of trained doctors in this department is 16,462 people. In addition, at present, 4,217 doctors are going to the hotline as volunteers to provide health advice, according to the bulletin.

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