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A maximum of 3554 people were identified in one day after July

After about eight months, the number of corona cases in the country dropped to 3,500 again. In the last 24 hours (from 8 am on Monday to 8 am on Tuesday), corona infection has been detected in 3,554 people in the country. And 18 people died.

This has been informed in the regular press release sent from the Department of Health on Tuesday.

Earlier, on July 15, 3,533 people were diagnosed with coronavirus. Then today more than three and a half thousand were identified in one day.

The number of people infected with coronavirus in the country so far is 5 lakh 6 thousand 241 people. 6 thousand 738 people died.

In the last 24 hours, 1,835 patients have recovered. With this, the total number of healthy patients has increased to 5 lakh 25 thousand 994 people. In the last 24 hours, 25,954 samples have been tested. Considering the sample test, the detection rate is 13.79.

The first case of corona was identified in Bangladesh on March 6 last year. On March 17 last year, 10 days after the first identification, the first coronary heart attack in the country occurred.

The Khulna district administration has once again taken to the field to ensure the use of masks to prevent Kovid-19 (coronavirus) infection. The operation started simultaneously in the metropolis and 9 upazilas from 10 am on Tuesday. A case has been filed against 116 people in the operation. 50,200 rupees was immediately recovered from the case.

According to the deputy commissioner’s office, eight executive magistrates in the metropolis divided into four groups and conducted mobile courts during the operation. On the other hand, the operation was conducted in nine upazilas of the district under the leadership of Executive Officer and Assistant Commissioner (Land). The campaign aims to raise awareness among the people and distribute masks.

Khulna District Administration Executive Magistrate Debashish Basak told Prothom Alo that Kovid-19 infection has increased again across the country. That is why the operation has been started on the instructions of the deputy commissioner. Be sure to use a mask to reduce the risk of infection. He said such operations will continue.

South Korean President Moon Jae-in has been vaccinated against coronavirus. He took the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine. The news agency Reuters reported this information.

Moon is scheduled to visit the United Kingdom in June to attend the G-7 summit. He took the corona vaccine ahead of that trip. Moon’s wife and nine associates will travel to the United Kingdom. They have also been vaccinated.

Moon, 6, took his first dose of the vaccine at a community clinic near the president’s office in the capital, Seoul.

His wife is also scheduled to accompany Moon to the UK. In addition, Moon will have nine associates with him on this tour. Among the collaborators are South Korea’s national security adviser. A statement from Moon’s office said, “Everyone who visits the UK, including Moon, has been vaccinated.

The Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Boris Johnson has invited the leaders of South Korea, India and Australia to attend the G-7 summit as guests.

Meanwhile, South Korea has further expanded its coroner immunization activities today. As part of this, the country is vaccinating more senior citizens and health workers. In this phase, the country will vaccinate about three lakh people in care hospitals and nursing homes. People 65 years of age or older will be vaccinated. Besides, the medical personnel there will be vaccinated.

Corona vaccination began in South Korea in late February. According to the country’s Disease Control and Prevention Agency, 680,000 people have been vaccinated so far, including high-risk healthcare professionals and critically ill patients.

By June, the South Korean government wants to vaccinate one-fourth of the country’s population against coronavirus. And by next November, the country wants to achieve hard immunity.

Several countries have recently suspended Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccinations for fear of blood clots. However, the vaccine is safe and effective, according to AstraZeneca, the World Health Organization, the European Drug Control Agency and the UK Drug Control Agency. It should be continued without stopping the application of this ticker. Later, this ticker was used again in different countries.

The vaccine was jointly developed by Oxford University with the UK-Sweden-based pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca.