In the last 24 hours, 6 more people have died of coronavirus in the country. The death toll from the virus rose to 8,358. At this time, 36 people have been identified as newly infected. As a result, the total number of victims has increased to five lakh 43 thousand 618 people.
This information has been given in the regular press release about corona sent from the health department on Monday (February 22). It has been said that 692 people have been freed from the new virus. So far, a total of four lakh 92 thousand 59 people have recovered.
In the last 24 hours, samples of 11,103 people have been tested. Considering the sample test, the patient identification rate is 3.30 percent.
Of the six people killed in the last 24 hours, four were men and three were women. They all died at the hospital. Of the total deaths, 6,325 were men and the remaining 2,031 were women.
The age-based analysis of those who died in the last 24 hours showed that there were four people over the age of 60 and two people between the ages of 51 and 60 and one person between the ages of 41-50.
Classes at the
university will start from May 24. Teaching will start from May 24 (Monday) in the university classrooms. However, a week before that, on May 16 (Monday), all the residential halls of the universities will be opened, said the Education Minister. Dipu Moni.
The education minister said online classes will continue as usual before all classrooms open. Teachers and staff will be vaccinated before the residential halls open. Regarding the Corona situation, the Minister said that Bangladesh has achieved a lot compared to many other countries in dealing with Corona. The rate of infection is declining. I see great success in vaccination in Bangladesh.
He said new types of corona have been found in the United Kingdom, South Africa and India. Experts say it could cause more infections. We have to keep an eye on this.
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