In the last 24 hours (Thursday morning to Friday morning 8 am) 41 more people have died due to coronavirus infection in the country. At this time, corona infection has been detected in 1 thousand 622 people. This is the lowest death in the last five weeks. Earlier, on March 30, 45 people were killed.
Earlier on Wednesday, 1,842 coronas were identified in the country. And 50 people died.
With this, 11,798 people have died in the country due to corona. And a total of 6 lakh 89 thousand 160 people have been affected. This information has come to light from the bulletin sent by the health department on Thursday afternoon.
3,896 people have recovered in the last 24 hours. So far, a total of 6 lakh 2 thousand 173 people have recovered.
In the last 24 hours, 21,575 corona samples have been tested. Of these, 1,622 people have been infected. Considering the sample test, the infection rate is 7.44 percent.
The rate of patient identification is an indicator of whether the situation is under control in a country, according to the criteria set by the World Health Organization. In a country where the patient detection rate is less than 5 percent as opposed to testing for more than two weeks in a row, the situation is considered to be under control.
The first case of the virus was reported in December 2019 in Wuhan, China. Later it spread all over the world. The first corona infection was detected in the country on March 6 last year. During the epidemic, which lasted for more than a year, the situation was under control for a couple of months from late December last year to February this year. There has been an upward trend in infections since mid-February. The second wave of infection begins in March. At the end of March, the number of new patients in the country started increasing. Death tends to increase with. The government announced a lockdown from April 5 to prevent the infection. Although it was loose. After that, an all-out lockdown was announced from April 14. From mid-April onwards there was a downward trend in infection again. Yet that trend continues.
Public health experts say the impact of the lockdown on coronary heart disease has slowed the spread of the infection. But now the lockdown has eased. If proper hygiene is not ensured, the situation can worsen at any time.