Two more people died after being infected with the deadly coronavirus, and 9 new people were identified in the virus. After the global epidemic spread, a total of 8 people died in Bangladesh. In an online live briefing on Saturday afternoon, the Director of National Institute of Pathology, Disease Control and Research (IEDCR), Dr. Mirzadi Sabrina Flora provided such information.
She said that in the last 24 hours, 9 new virus affected people have been detected. Eight of them were tested at the IEDCR in Dhaka. One has been outside Dhaka.
Analyzing their age, she said, two children. Those under 10 years of age All three are between the ages of 20 and 30 years. Both are in the age group of 50-60 years. One is between 60 and 70 years old and one is 90 years old. The IEDCR director said one of the deceased was identified in the last 24 hours. One of them is 90 years old, the other is 68 years.
She said one of the deceased was from outside Dhaka, the other from Dhaka. Both are above sixty years of age. They had other illnesses as well. One of them had a heart attack, the other had a history of stroke.
Director General of the Department of Health Dr. Abul Kalam Azad, Additional Director General Dr. Nasima Sultana, Director of IEDSR Dr. Mirzadi Sabrina Flora, director of the MIS branch. Habibur Rahman was present at the briefing. They all had masks on their faces.
The first coronavirus person was identified in Bangladesh on March 08. The IEDCR reported the first person to die on March 18 after being attacked by Covid-19 For the first time on March 25, the company reported that there was limited transmission of community transmission or socially coronavirus infection in Bangladesh.
News Room, April 04,2020