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Dhaka, April 19: Those affected by the second wave of coronavirus are dying faster than ever before. Infections and deaths have also risen sharply over the past year. The epidemic is also affecting mental health. The government's Institute of Pathology, Disease Control and Research (IEDCR) said in a report on Sunday.
Dhaka, April 17: In the last 24 hours, 101 more people have died due to coronavirus in the country. The same number of deaths occurred on the second day in a row. Among the dead were 69 men and 32 women. The total death toll has risen to 10,283.
Dhaka, April 16: Another 101 people have died in the country in the last 24 hours due to coronavirus infection. This is the highest death in a single day in the country. With this, the total number of deaths due to coronavirus in the country increased to 10,182. At the same time, 4,417 people were diagnosed with the disease. The total number of infected people increased to 7,11,779.
Dhaka, April 15: In the last 24 hours, 94 people have died due to coronavirus in the country, taking the toll to 10,081.
Dhaka, April 15: The second wave of coronavirus has increased the incidence and mortality of children. In the last one month, 376 children of different ages were examined at Dhaka Children's Hospital and 60 of them were diagnosed with the infection. Their age is between 21 days to 18 years. On April 13, a child died at the Dhaka Children's Hospital. So far 25 coronavirus-infected children have died at the hospital since coronavirus infection was detected in the country.
Dhaka, April 14: On the 403rd day of the coronavirus detection in the country (in the last 24 hours), a record number of 96 people have died due to the coronavirus pandemic in the country, including the capital. Among them were 59 males and 37 females. Of the 96 people, 94 died at the hospital and two at home. The death toll rose to 9,987.
Dhaka, April 13: On the 402nd day (last 24 hours) of coronavirus detection in the country, 69 more people died across the country including the capital. Among them were 43 men and 26 women. With it, the death toll rose at 9,891.
Dhaka, April 12: In the last 24 hours, 83 more people have died of coronavirus in the country, which is the highest death in a single day in the country so far.
Dhaka, April 10: Seventy seven more people have died in 24 hours across the country after being infected with the coronavirus. The death toll rose to 9,661. Of the dead in 24 hours, 53 were men and 24 were women.
Dhaka, April 9: In the last 24 hours, 7,482 people have been newly diagnosed with coronavirus in the country. At the same time, 63 people died from the virus. In all, the number of infected people in the country has risen to 6,73,594 so far. A total of 9,584 people have died.
Dhaka, April 8: A record 74 people have died of coronavirus in the last 24 hours across Bangladesh. Among them are 48 males and 26 females. With this, the death toll touched 9,521 people.
Dhaka, April 8: In the capital, it is becoming increasingly difficult to treat patients with coronavirus, due to an alarming increase in their number. There is almost 'no place' for them in public and private hospitals. Although it has been difficult to get ICU beds for them, Covid patients are now experiencing a shortage of general beds.
Dhaka, April 7: In the last 24 hours, 63 more people have died due to coronavirus in Bangladesh. As a result, the death toll from the virus rose to 9,447 in the country.
Dhaka, April 6: In the last 24 hours, 66 more people have died with Covid, while 7,213 new cases have been reported, which is a new record in death and identification in one day.
Dhaka, April 5: For the second day in a row, more than 7,000 people have been infected with the coronavirus in 24 hours. The Department of Health said on Monday that 7,075 new patients had been identified in the country in the past one day, with another 52 dying.