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  • Bangladesh reports 2,828 new coronavirus cases, 30 deaths in 24hrs
  • Coronaviorus Bangladesh: 643 more recover as taking the total number of recoveries to 12,804
  • Coronavirus Bangladesh: Total cases reach to 60,391 as death toll now 811
  • World Environment Day today
  • Global death toll from coronavirus reaches 389,645
  • Nasim undergoes successful surgery after stroke
  • Coronavirus Hotline Numbers: 01944333222, 16263, 333; website: www.corona.gov.bd
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3 more cases detected

3 more cases detected
Civil surgeons and other health department officials were given the authority to take legal action through mobile courts to contain COVID-19 spread as three more coronavirus cases, including one Italy returnee, were detected in the country yesterday. So far, one Bangladeshi has died and 20 have been diagnosed with the novel coronavirus, while three have been cured, Dr Nasima Sultana, additional director general (administration) of the DGHS, said at a media briefing on the latest coronavirus situation at the Institute of Epidemiology, Disease Control and Research (IEDCR), in Mohakhali in the capital. The Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) issued a letter on Thursday to the authorities concerned which said the DGHS divisional directors,…

DRU arranges 
ambulances 
for members

DRU arranges ambulances for members

In view of the coronavirus outbreak in the country, Dhaka Reporters Unity, the largest professional body of reporters based in Dhaka, has taken initiatives to ensure swift detection and treatment for any suspected infection for its 1,800 members and families, says a press release. Journalist will be…
Over 3.75 lakh tonnes foodstuffs remain stockpiled in Rajshahi

Over 3.75 lakh tonnes foodstuffs remain stockpiled in Rajshahi

A divisional level emergency meeting in Rajshahi said currently more than 3.75 lakh tonnes of foodstuffs remained stocked in the division. So if anyone tries to create artificial crises through hoarding essential goods and hikes its price, they will be exposed to legal actions. The meeting on ‘market…
Authorities need to take tougher decisions

Authorities need to take tougher decisions

The number of COVID-19 patients is increasing, and before the outbreak goes out of control, the government must take some drastic measures. The restrictions imposed on Shibchar of Madaripur district is one such step, but it would be wrong to think that only in that upazila there is the concentration…
Changing facilities at public places

Changing facilities at public places

Many of us have seen baby changing stations at public places in the most civilized world, and they now need to be installed within buildings/premises people manage or serve in Bangladesh. Babies need frequent nappy changes and it is just as important to clean our baby fully whether they have wet themselves…
FBCCI hails PM move

FBCCI hails PM move

FBCCI President Sheikh Fazle Fahim has appreciated the measures by the Bangladesh Bank to help offset the impact of coronavirus on businesses by relaxing banking rules in favour of the country’s entrepreneurs. In a statement yesterday, Fahim said the relaxed measures would help create “breathing…
Africa, Latin America fragile targets for virus spread

Africa, Latin America fragile targets for virus spread

The West African nation of Mali has roughly one ventilator per 1 million people — 20 in all to help the critically ill with respiratory failure. In Peru, with more than 32 million people, about 350 beds in intensive care units exist. The coronavirus is now moving into parts of the world that may…
Large portrait of Bangabandhu being exhibited in Uttara

Large portrait of Bangabandhu being exhibited in Uttara

Paying tribute to Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, on the occasion of his birth century, Uttara Kallyan Samity sector-4 displaying a large portrait of Bangabandhu on playing field at sector-4 in Uttara, yesterday. Paddo Art Workshop set this portrait of Bangabandhu from archive.…
Buzzing stadium now deserted ground

Buzzing stadium now deserted ground

The National Cricket Academy and its academy ground in Mirpur were buzzing with players last week as they prepared for the latest edition of the Dhaka Premier Division Cricket League. The teams participating in the List-A tournament turned out at the stadium and practised in tandem. But the flow of…
Beacon of hope for the less fortunate

Beacon of hope for the less fortunate

At Hushundi Bazaar of Gozaria Upazila in Munshiganj district, Nuruzzaman had long been known as Nura Pagla. With his flat face and short neck, Nuruzzaman had a look which most people in the countryside considered as being bit “creepy”. Plus, his speech disorder added insult to the injuries.…
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