Bogura records no death, 137 fresh cases...

Bogura records no death, 137 fresh cases

 Bogura Correspondent daily-bangladesh.com

 Published: 01:41 PM, 20 January 2022  

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No death has been recorded in Bogura in last 24 hours. Meanwhile, 137 fresh coronavirus cases were recorded at the time.

The rate of coronavirus detection is increasing day by day in Bogura. In the last 24 hours, 314 samples were tested in the district and 137 people were identified as infected with coronavirus.

The coronavirus detection rate in the district has increased to 43.21 percent. No deaths were reported in COVID and its symptoms during the same period. This information has been given from the statistics desk of the district civil surgeon's office around 11:30 on Thursday.

According to the District Civil Surgeon's Office, the total number of deaths remained unchanged at 796 as no new deaths were reported in the district from 8am on Wednesday to 6am on Thursday. 688 are the residents of Bogura district among them. The rest are residents of other districts. They were being treated at different hospitals in Bogura. However, there are no deaths with coronaviru symptoms in this list of deaths.

According to the district health department, 10 people have recovered from coronavirus in the last 24 hours. At present 66 people are undergoing treatment in the hospital due to COVID infection in the district. Among them, 37 are undergoing treatment at Bogura Shaheed Ziaur Rahman Medical College (SZRMC) Hospital, 21 at Mohammad Ali Hospital and 8 at TMSS Medical College Hospital.

According to the information given by the District Health Department yesterday (Wednesday), in the last 24 hours in Bogra, 94 people were identified as infected with coronavirus among 238 samples. According to the results of the sample test, the COVID detection rate in the district was 39.71 percent. No deaths were reported in coronavirus and its symptoms during the same period.

Bogura Civil Surgeon's Office Medical Officer Sajjad-ul-Haq said Bogura has been identified as a high risk area for COVID infection. People must be careful and follow the hygiene rules. You can't go out withoutWearing a mask, avoiding public gatherings, vaccination etc. must be ensured.

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