- During this time, another 2,960 new COVID-19 patients have been identified.
- The total number of identified patients stood at 229,175 people.
- A total of 126,414 people recovered from COVID-19.
The number of deaths due to coronavirus in Bangladesh has reached 3,000, it has been officially announced today. The first official announcement of death from coronavirus in the country was made on March 16. The health department said the death toll from the coronavirus had risen by 35 in the past 24 hours.
The identified mortality rate is 1.31 percent. During this time, another 2,960 new COVID-19 patients have been identified. On March 8, the first coronavirus patient was identified in Bangladesh.
The total number of identified patients stood at 229,175 people. A total of 12,614 samples have been tested in the last 24 hours. So far, a total of 1137,131 samples have been tested.
Professor Nasima Sultana, additional director general (administration) of the Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS), has given this information in the regular bulletin of the Department of Health.
In the last 24 hours, 1,631 people have recovered from COVID-19 disease. As a result, a total of 126,414 people recovered. The recovery rate is 55.69.
Public and private examinations are being conducted in 61 laboratories. Of those who died in the last 24 hours, 26 were men and nine were women. The total number of deaths so far is 2,358 males and 742 females.
As a percentage, this number is 8.70 percent men and 21.40 percent women. Among those who have died in the last 24 hours are two between the ages of 31-40, and three between the ages of 41-50.
Besides that, there are 10 people in the age group of 51-60 years, 13 people in the age group of 61-60 years, three people in the age group of 61-60 years, and four people in the age group of 61-90 years.
Among those who died in the last 24 hours were 12 in Dhaka division, five in Chittagong, four in Khulna and Sylhet, three in Barisal and Rajshahi, and two in Mymensingh and Rangpur divisions.
There are 533 ICU beds in the country, and 299 patients are admitted. There are 234 empty beds. In the last 24 hours, 613 people have joined the isolation, at this time 632 people have been released from the isolation.
So far, a total of 48,489 people have gone to isolation, and 29,501 have been released. One thousand people have been added to the quarantine in the last 24 hours.
In the Khulna Division, the number of patients infected with coronavirus (COVID-19) has exceeded 11,000. From 8 AM on Monday to 8 AM on Tuesday, 241 new COVID-19 positives have been identified in the department.
Today, on the 130th day of the first coronavirus patient identification in the department, the number of patients stood at 11,070. The death toll due to Coronavirus stood at 204, as four new deaths were reported in 10 districts of the division at this time.
Khulna Divisional Health Department Assistant Director (Administration) reported the news. Manjurul Murshid confirmed the information, and said that 226 people have recovered from Coronavirus in the department.
A total of 6,221 people have been recovered from this, for a recognized recovery rate in the department at about 56 percent.
According to the departmental health department, of the 221 newly diagnosed cases of coronavirus in the last 24 hours, 46 are in Khulna district, seven in Bagerhat, 29 in Chuadanga, 55 in Jessore, 28 in Jhenaidah, six in Kushtia, two in Meherpur, and 28 in Narail.
There are also 20 people in Satkhira. At this time, no one was identified in Magura.
According to the Department of Health, out of 11,060 people infected with coronavirus in the department, 4,109 are from Khulna district, which is just over 37 percent of the total patients in the department.
Besides that, there are 551 people in Bagerhat, 546 in Chuadanga, 1,007 in Jessore, 644 in Jhenaidah, 1,422 in Kushtia, 398 in Magura, 153 in Meherpur, 61 in Narail and 61 in Satkhira.
The number of deaths due to COVID-19 disease is 204 so far. The highest number of eight people died in Khulna. Besides that, 32 people died in Kushtia, 23 in Jessore, 20 in Satkhira, 18 in Jhenaidah, 11 in Narail and Bagerhat, 10 in Chuadanga, 8 in Magura and 6 in Meherpur.