Now the infection is also increasing in the villages

Meanwhile, a press release issued by the Department of Health on Thursday said that 63 people have died due to coronavirus infection in the last 24 hours in the country. At this time 3 thousand 640 people have been identified as Corona.

Doctors at Rajshahi Medical College Hospital say most of the patients who have been coming to the hospital for two to three weeks with corona and corona symptoms are working. According to the District Civil Surgeon’s Office, a total of 1,057 corona patients were identified in 9 upazilas of the district till May 15. There were 26 deaths. In contrast to the identified, the death rate was 1.81 percent. And from June 1 to yesterday, 2,456 people have been identified in these 9 upazilas. 48 people died. The death rate is 1.8 percent.

According to the doctors of the Upazila Health Complex, the working people at the village level are getting more affected this time. Going to die. Rural people are less interested in sample testing.

Mahishalbari cemetery acting president. Nowshad Ali writes down the day and date of death of every person buried and how he died. According to his account, 23 people were buried in this cemetery last May. Of these, 3 died in road accidents, 5 due to old age and 4 due to unknown reasons. The remaining 11 died of corona or corona symptoms. This month (until June 18), 17 people have been buried. Of these, 10 died of corona or corona symptoms.

Akbar Ali, general secretary of Godagari Central Cemetery (Fazilpur), said a total of 36 people have been buried in the cemetery since two days after Eid. Of these, 14 died of natural causes. The rest died of corona or corona symptoms.

Fever-cold-sore throat at home

People in remote villages in Thakurgaon are also being affected by corona. The distance from the city to Baliadangi upazila is 22 kilometers. From there, Amjankhor Ratnai Babugachh is another 16 km. Last Monday, three members of a family in the area were attacked by Corona. The upazila administration has hung a red flag in the house.

Sources in Sadar Upazila, Baliadangi, Ranishankail and Haripur Upazila Health Complex of the district said that some people are suffering from fever, cold, sore throat and headache.

Baliadangi Upazila Health Officer Abul Kashem said the rate of corona infection was lower among the villagers earlier. But since the end of last May, corona patients have been identified in remote areas. There are more people in rural areas than people in Upazila Sadar who come to the hospital for treatment with symptoms.

Mohammad Asaduzzaman, RMO of Haripur Upazila Health Complex, said that now every day 80 to 100 patients come to the outpatient department of the hospital for treatment. More than half of these patients suffer from cold-cough-fever.

Thakurgaon Civil Surgeon Mahfuzar Rahman Sarkar told Prothom Alo that corona is spreading everywhere. Strict restrictions have been imposed in the district for seven days to curb the spread.

Disinterest in sample testing

According to the Naogaon District Civil Surgeon’s Office, from June 1 to yesterday, 9,390 corona were detected in Naogaon against 3,390 sample tests. Of these, 17 are in Naogaon Sadar upazila. The remaining 75 are residents of 10 upazilas. As per this, in Naogaon Sadar Upazila 17.46 percent and 81.51 percent patients of all other upazilas.

While 18 patients have been identified in Naogaon district headquarters this month, 192 have been identified in Niamatpur, a border upazila of the district. This picture shows that the number of corona patients is increasing in the villages as well as in the cities.

Not only in Niamatpur, but also in other upazilas of the district, the number of patients suffering from cold, cough and fever has suddenly increased. Despite the symptoms, most people are not interested in the corona test.

Naogaon Civil Surgeon ABM Abu Hanif said more people are coming to the hospital with fever and cold-cough than before.

Infection is increasing in the villages

In recent times, more deaths have been reported in Corona than in Khulna city. According to the District Civil Surgeon’s Office, in the first 18 days of June, 1,618 people were identified in the city and district. Of these, 1,346 people have been identified in the city and 482 people have been identified in 9 upazilas. As per this, on the 16th day of June, about 64% of the total identified patients in the district are urban and 27% are upazila patients. Of the 23 people who died of corona in the district at this time, 11 were from the city and 12 from different upazilas.

Infection is increasing in Terkhada upazila. Upazila Health Officer. Asaduzzaman said the number of identified people has increased more than before. More people are coming to the hospital with fever and cold-cough than before.

Khulna Civil Surgeon Niaz Mohammad said the number of patients in the upazilas has been increasing since the end of last month. Participation in family-social and religious ceremonies has increased. Indifference to hygiene is also noticeable, which is why the infection situation in the village is on the rise.

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