There is still a record 212 deaths in the country

Coronavirus has killed 212 people in one day in the country. The death toll from the coronavirus in this record death country is sixteen thousand; On the same day, the number of Kovid patients identified in the country exceeded one million.
According to the Department of Health, coronavirus infection has been detected in 11 thousand 324 more people in the country in 24 hours till Friday (July 9) morning; The total number of identified patients has increased to 10 lakh 543 people.
In the last one day, 212 more people have died of coronavirus infection. A total of 18,004 people died of coronavirus in the country with them.
The first case of coronavirus was detected in Bangladesh on March 7 last year; It crossed 9 lakh on June 29. That number reached 10 lakhs in just 10 days.
In the sixteen months of the epidemic, so few patients have ever been identified in Bangladesh. A total of 11,851 people were infected with the coronavirus on Thursday on their way to a total of one million identified.
On March 17 last year, 10 days after the first patient was identified, the Department of Health confirmed the first death report in the country. On July 4 this year, it dropped to 15,000. One thousand more names were added to that list in just five days. Bangladesh has never seen so many deaths in Kovid in a short time.
The number of identified patients in the world has already exceeded 16 crore 57 lakh. And more than 4 million people have died in the epidemic.
The number of daily diagnoses and deaths in Bangladesh dropped slightly in mid-May due to the impact of the second wave of infections.
But a new variant of the coronavirus, Delta, caused social spread or community transmission, leading to a resurgence of infections and deaths in various parts of the country from early June.
The number of identified patients exceeded tens of thousands for the first time on June 6 amid lockdown restrictions imposed across the country since June 30 to control the spread of the virus. On that day, 11 thousand 525 people were infected.
After that, for four days in a row, the daily detection has been above 11,000. And more than a hundred people are dying from coronavirus for 12 consecutive days.
Earlier, on July 8, the Department of Health had reported a maximum of 201 deaths. The day after 199 people died on Thursday, it rose to 212.
In the last one day, 4313 new patients have been identified in Dhaka division alone, which is more than 36 percent of the total identification of the day.
In Chittagong division, the number of patients identified in one day is around two thousand, in Khulna it has crossed one and a half thousand.
Of the 212 people who died in the last one day, 69 were residents of Khulna division. 53 people died in Dhaka division.
According to the government, another 6,038 people have recovered in one day. A total of 6 lakh 72 thousand 374 people have recovered with them.
According to the Department of Health, 36,057 samples have been tested in 705 labs across the country in the last 24 hours. So far 69 lakh 3 thousand 26 samples have been tested.
Considering the sample test in 24 hours, the detection rate stood at 30.95 percent, which was 31.62 percent on the previous day.
The total identification rate in the country so far is 14.49 percent. Recognized rate of recovery is 8.19 percent and death rate is 1.60 percent.

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