In the last 24 hours, 23 more people have died due to coronavirus (Covid-19). The death toll from the virus stood at 582 people. In the last 24 hours 2,523 people have been identified as infected with corona. Which is the highest identification record in a single day. The total number of victims stood at 42,844.
This information was given in the regular health bulletin on coronavirus of the health department on Friday (May 29) at noon. The bulletin was presented by Additional Director General of the Department (Acting Director General) Prof. Dr. Nasima Sultana.
A maximum of two and a half thousand patients were identified in one day and 23 people died.
She said 12,982 samples were collected in the last 24 hours to detect coronavirus. 11 thousand and 301 samples were tested. With this, a total of two lakh and 87 thousand 67 samples were tested in the country. Corona’s presence was found in the bodies of 2,523 more people in the new sample test, which is the highest identification record in a single day. For the second day in a row, the number of identified patients crossed to 2,000. As a result, a total of 42,844 people have been infected in the country. Another 23 people died among the victims. As a result, the death toll stood at 582 people. Another 590 people have recovered in the last 24 hours. The number of patients who recovered with this stood at nine thousand and 15 people.
Of those who died recently, 19 were men and four were women. Among them are 10 from Dhaka division, nine from Chittagong division, two from Rangpur division, one from Sylhet division and one from Barisal division.
In terms of age, there are one people of 11 to 20 year old, one people of 21 to 30 year old, two people of over thirty, five people of over forty, five people of over fifty, six people of over sixty, two people of over seventy and one people of 81 to 90 year old.
According to the bulletin, the detection rate in the last 24 hours was 22.33 percent compared to the sample test. So far, the recovery rate is 21.04 percent and the death rate is 1.36 percent.
As always, the bulletin urges everyone to follow the guidelines of the Department of Health and the World Health Organization to avoid the risk of coronavirus infection.
News Room, May 29,2020