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Dhaka, September 11: Planning Minister MA Mannan has warned that the coronavirus infection rate in the country to increase again, if people don't adhere to the health guidelines issued by the government. The lawmaker made the remarks at a function at the Hasan Raja Auditorium of Sunamganj District Shilpakala Academy on Friday (September 10) afternoon.
Dhaka, August 11: In between Tuesday and Wednesday, 237 people succumbed to the coronavirus across Bangladesh, while another 10,420 tested positive for the deadly virus.
Country equals highest single-day Covid-19 fatalities as 264 die, 11,164 test positive within 24 hours
Dhaka, August 10: Another 264 people have succumbed to the coronavirus in the last 24 hours across Bangladesh, equalling the country's highest single-day fatalities record. With it, the death toll rose to 23,161.
Dhaka, August 9: Another 245 people succumbed to coronavirus across Bangladesh, while 11,463 people tested Covid-19 positive in the last 24 hours, between Sunday and Monday.
Dhaka, August 7: Bangladesh recorded another 261 Covid-19 deaths and 8,136 new cases on within 24 hours between Friday and Saturday.
Dhaka, August 6: The coronavirus death toll in Bangladesh has exceeded 22,000 after another 248 people succumbed to Covid-19 between Thursday and Friday morning.
Dhaka, August 5: A notification has been issued by the government to officially extend the ongoing hard lockdown by five more days- till midnight on Tuesday (August 10). The notification was issued by the Cabinet Division on Thursday (August 5).
Dhaka, August 5: Bangladesh has set another record in Covid-19 daily deaths with 264 fatalities in the 24 hours, from Wednesday to Thursday morning. The death toll in the country rose to 21,902.
Dhaa, August 4: Bangladesh has registered another 241 coronavirus deaths and 13,817 fresh infections in the last 24 hours, between Tuesday and Wednesday morning. With it, the death toll and caseload surged to 21,638 and 13,09,910 respectively.
Dhaka, August 4: The Dhaka Metropolitan Police (DMP) has arrested 354 people for violating government directives on the 12th day of the ongoing two-week hard lockdown, imposed by the government to put a check on coronavirus infections. According to the DMP, 120 individuals and organizations were fined Tk 1,77,800 by the mobile courts.
Dhaka, August 4: Explaining the coronavirus situation in the country, Health and Family Welfare Minister Zahid Maleque said there are no beds left in hospitals as officials are forced to look for hotels to accomodate coronavirus patients.
Dhaka, August 3: The government has decided to extend the lockdown till August 10 to prevent coronavirus infection. The decision was taken at an inter-ministerial meeting on Tuesday (August 3). After the meeting, Liberation War Affairs Minister AKM Mozammel Haque told reporters.
Dhaka, August 3: Another 235 Covid-19 deaths and 15,776 fresh cases were recorded across Bangladesh in the last 24 hours, between Monday and Tuesday. With it, the death toll and caseload surged to 21,397 and 12,96,093 respectively.
Dhaka, August 3: Even with more people succumbing to the deadly coronavirus with each passing day, people are simply not ready to listen to and follow the Covid-19 health guidelines set by the government. The country, presently undergoing a supposed hard lockdown, is already witnessing a wane in caution from citizens, who prefer venturing out and risking it all rather than staying indoors and help frontline workers thwart the looming catastrophe.
Dhaka, August 2: Over 21,000 people have succumbed to the coronavirus across Bangadesh till date. In the last 24 hours- between Sunday and Monday morning- the country recorded another 246 deaths, taking the total to 21,162.