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Dhaka, January 19: Coronavirus (Covid-19) has killed 20 more people across the country in the last 24 hours. Among them 14 are males and six are females. Eighteen died at the hospital and two at home. The death toll from the virus rose to 7,942.
Dhaka, January 18: Another 16 more people have died in the country in the past 24 hours- in between Sunday and Monday- after being infected with the coronavirus. The total number of deaths has risen to 7,922.
Dhaka, January 18: All educational institutions in the country will be opened from February. However, even if all the institutions are opened at the beginning, the classes will be taken in the partial presence of the students in compliance with the Covid-19 health rules. According to the Department of Secondary and Higher Education, priority will be given to this year's SSC equivalent and HSC equivalent candidates.
Dhaka, January 16: Coronavirus has killed 21 people across the country in the last 24 hours. The death toll from the virus rose to 7,883, according to an official press release.
Dhaka, January 15: Coronavirus has killed 13 more people in the country within 24 hours, in between Thursday and Friday, the lowest in eight months, according to a press release by the Department of Health.
Dhaka, January 14: The total number of deaths due to coronavirus in the country has reached 7,849 as 16 more people have died in the last one day. Meanwhile, as 25,000 more patients were identified in 25 days, the number of new coronavirus cases in the country exceeded 5,25,000, an official release said.
Dhaka, January 13: In the last 24 hours, 14 more people have died due to coronavirus in the country.
Dhaka, January 12: The deadly coronavirus has killed 16 more people across the country within 24 hours in between Monday and Tuesday. Among them 10 are men and eight are women and they all died at the hospital. The death toll from the virus rose to 7,819 people.
Dhaka, January 12: Mizanur Rahman Khan, the joint editor of Prothom Alo, is no more (Innalillahi wa inna ilahi rajiun). Doctors declared him dead at 6:20 pm on Monday (January 11). He was 53 years old.
Dhaka, January 11: In the last one day, 22 more people have died due to coronavirus infection in the country while 849 new patients have been identified. The latest information on the coronavirus situation in the country was given by the Department of Health in a press release on Monday afternoon.
Dhaka, January 9: Coronavirus has killed 22 more people across the country in the last 24 hours. The death toll from the epidemic rose to 7,756, an offical press release said.
Dhaka, January 8: The Covid-19 death toll in Bangladesh rose to 7,734 after another 16 people died within 24 hours in between Thursday and Friday, according to an official press release.
In the last 24 hours in between Wednesday and Thursday, 31 people died with the Covid-19 disease in the country, which is the highest single day death in the new year, according to an offical press release.
Dhaka, January 6: In the last one day, 17 more people have died due to coronavirus infection in the country while 978 new patients have been identified, according to an offical press release.
Dhaka, January 6: The government has agreed to allocate another Tk 5,659 crore to bolster the health sector in their fight against the Covid-19 disease, with more than Tk 4,500 crore for vaccine import, storage and supply. According to Planning Minister MA Mannan, the allocation of the Bangladesh government for the 'Covid-19 Response and Pandemic Preparedness' project has been increased to Tk 6,786.59 crore.