3 thousand expatriate Bangladeshis died in Corona

About 3,000 expatriates have died since the beginning of Corona. Till July, 2,293 expatriate Bangladeshis have died in Corona. Shariful Hasan, head of the immigration department of the non-governmental organization BRAC, gave this information.

According to the Wage Earners Welfare Board of the Ministry of Expatriate Welfare, 2293 expatriate Bangladeshis died in 30 countries till July 31. Of these, Saudi Arabia, the single country, had the highest death toll at 1,194. There are 352 in Oman, 28 in UAE, 132 in Malaysia, 98 in Bahrain, 24 in Brunei, 24 in Qatar, 12 in Qatar, 29 in Jordan, 29 in Iraq, 62 in Italy, 9 in Canada, 9 in Greece, 7 in Libya, 5 in Egypt, 4 in Singapore and 4 in Maldives. Is death.

According to the information provided by the Ministry of Expatriate Welfare, there is no information about many countries including the United States, United Kingdom, France and Germany. Bangladeshi expatriates have also died in these countries. In 2020, the bodies of 264 Bangladeshis came to the country. As of August this year, 2551 bodies have been recovered. They died of various diseases and accidents including corona. There are no exact figures on how many Bangladeshis have died in exile at this time.

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