October 1, 2020, 3:09 am
Bangladesh confirmed 2,911 new coronavirus infections on Tuesday, bringing the total number of cases in the country to 52,445.
Bangladesh on Monday reported another surge in coronavirus cases as 2,381 new patients tested positive in the span of 24 hours, taking the total number of such cases to 49,534.
52 coronavirus testing laboratories across the country tested 11,876 samples
Bangladesh saw its biggest daily jump in the number of new coronavirus cases and deaths on Sunday.
The death rate from Covid-19 infections is 1.36 percent, and infection rate is 22.33 percent, while the recovery rate is 21.04 percent
Bangladesh government has allowed buses, trains and launches to resume services on May 31 as nationwide shutdown expires on May 30
The government initially declared a 10-day general holiday which was later extended seven times
Among the dead patients, 14 are male and seven female. Of them 15 are from Dhaka division, four from Chattogram and two from Barishal
The government will be with people until the coronavirus pandemic is over, says Sheikh Hasina
Twenty people died of coronavirus and 1,873 tested positive in the country in the 24 hours to 8:00am, the Directorate
The cyclone hit the Satkhira, Bagerhat and Patuakhali hardest among the 26 affected districts
The cyclone damaged 1,100 kilometres of roads, 200 bridge culverts, and 233 local government offices
Get all live updates on cyclone Amphan here
Bangladesh saw the highest case and death from coronavirus as 21 more people died
Bangladesh confirmed 1,273 new coronavirus infections on Sunday, bringing the total number of cases in the country to 22,268.
The fatalities from COVID-19 in the country climbed to 314 after 16 new deaths were registered in the last 24 hours to 8:00am on Saturday
Fifteen people died of coronavirus and 1202 tested positive in the 24 hours
Fourteen more people died from coronavirus (COVID-19) in Bangladesh in the last 24 hours
Bangladesh confirmed 969 new coronavirus infections on Tuesday,
Bangladesh reported the highest-ever single-day coronavirus (COVID-19)