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The highest number of 264 deaths in one day, more than 11 thousand identified

In the last 24 hours (from 8 am on Monday to 8 am on Tuesday), another 264 people have died of corona infection. This is the highest number of deaths in a single day in the country.

Earlier, on August 5, the health department had given information about the deaths of 264 people. In the last 24 hours, corona infection has been detected in 11,174 people in the country.

The latest situation of corona infection in the country was announced in a press release of the Department of Health on Tuesday afternoon. Although the number of deaths in the country has increased compared to the previous days, the rate of identification and identification of new patients has decreased.

A total of 46,424 samples were tested in the last 24 hours. In contrast to the test, the patient identification rate stood at 23.54 percent. The previous day, 245 people had died. 11 thousand 473 new patients were identified. In contrast to the test, the patient identification rate was 24.28 percent.

According to a press release issued by the Department of Health, the total number of patients diagnosed with a corona in the country so far stands at 13 lakh 8 thousand 322. A total of 23 thousand 181 people died. And after being infected with corona, 12 lakh 34 thousand 72 people have recovered so far. In the last 24 hours, 14,903 people have recovered.

In the last 24 hours, the highest number of 92 people have died in the Dhaka division. Then 60 people died in the Chittagong division, 28 in the Khulna division, 25 in Rajshahi, and 18 in Mymensingh. The rest are from other departments.

In December 2019, the first new coronavirus infection occurred in Wuhan, China. Within a few months, the virus spread around the world. The first corona infection was detected in Bangladesh on March 8 last year.

Since then, the infection has been low at various times, but for more than two months, the situation in the country has reached alarming levels. Coronary delta-type seizures have multiplied daily infections and deaths. Last July, 6,162 people died in Corona in the country. Bangladesh has never seen so many deaths in this epidemic going on for almost a year and a half. Earlier, more than 2,404 people died in April.

In the first two weeks of last month, the country observed strict restrictions to control the infection. During this time all types of offices, as well as public transport, were closed. But on the occasion of Eid-ul-Azha on July 21, the ban was relaxed for eight days. However, after Eid, all restrictions were introduced again from July 23, which is ending today.

Almost everything including offices, banks, restaurants, shops and public transport is being opened from tomorrow. Since the onset of the epidemic, buses-trains-launches have been allowed to carry passengers with half the seats vacant. But this time there are no more restrictions.

At present, the Corona Delta is in full swing all over the world. Coronavirus has already spread to at least 135 countries and territories around the world. As a result, corona infections and deaths have increased worldwide.

Bangladesh has risen to the ninth position in the list of countries where the highest number of patients die in a single day due to the upward infection trend. In the last 24 hours of the World Health Organization’s list of deaths in different countries on Monday, Bangladesh is in this position.

In the last 24 hours, 1,465 people have died in Indonesia. Since then, 990 people have been killed in Brazil. The third highest death toll was 69 in Russia.

The highest number of patients was identified at 43,033 in Brazil. The second-highest number of patients was identified in Iran at 39,619. India ranks third in the list of patients identified with 35,499.

According to the World Health Organization, a total of 20 crores 26 lakh 8 thousand 306 patients have been identified as corona patients in the world so far. And 42 lakh 93 thousand 591 people have died. The highest number of patients identified and killed so far is in the United States. Since then, more deaths have occurred in Brazil and India.

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