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40 more positive tests for coronavirus in Rangpur division

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40 more positive tests for coronavirus in Rangpur division

Forty more people were tested positive for coronavirus today at the two COVID-19 Laboratories in Rangpur and Dinajpur of Rangpur division.

Health officials said the new 40 infected patients of five northern districts were reported today after diagnosing 366 samples at the two laboratories.

Of them, 14 new infected patients of Rangpur and Kurigram districts were reported after diagnosing 178 samples at the COVID-19 Laboratory at Rangpur Medical College (RpMC) in Rangpur city.

“The 14 new patients include 11 of Rangpur city, two of Kawnia upazila in Rangpur and one of Phulbari upazila in Kurigram” Chief of Divisional Coronavirus Service and Prevention Task Force and Principal of RpMC Professor Dr. AKM Nurunnabi Lyzu said.

Meanwhile, 26 new infected patients of Dinajpur and Thakurgaon districts were reported today after diagnosing 188 samples at the COVID-19 Laboratory at M Abdur Rahim Medical College (MARMC) in
Dinajpur.

“The 26 new cases include nine of six upazilas in Dinajpur and 17 of five upazilas in Thakurgaon districts,” Principal of MARMC Professor Dr. Shibesh Sarker told BSS at 7:30 pm tonight.

Focal Person of COVID-19 and Assistant Director (Health) for Rangpur division Dr. ZA Siddiqui said the total number of COVID-19 patients rose to 948 as 40 new patients were reported from four districts of Rangpur division today.

“The district-wise break up of the COVID-19 patients stands at 388 in Rangpur, 55 in Panchagarh, 98 in Nilphamari, 34 in Lalmonirhat, 64 in Kurigram, 84 in Thakurgaon, 188 in Dinajpur and 37 Gaibandha in the division,” Dr. Siddiqui added.

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