A case has been filed against 63 people, including Hefazat-e-Islam’s central joint secretary general Mamunul Haque, for vandalizing a resort in Narayanganj’s Sonargaon and attacking police. Narayanganj Superintendent of Police (SP) Mohammad Zaidul Alam confirmed the information on Wednesday (April 8th) afternoon.Another 500 to 600 people have been named as unnamed accused in the case. Superintendent of Police (SP) Mohammad Zaidul Alam said three cases were registered last night (Tuesday). The police have filed two cases as plaintiffs. Besides, the journalist has filed a case as a plaintiff.
Health and Family Welfare Minister Zahid Malek expressed concern over the situation, saying the way corona is being infected every day, if it continues like this, there will be no place to keep patients in any hospital in the country. For this, everyone, regardless of party affiliation, must come forward now to stop the growth of Corona. With the proper implementation of the 18 directives of the Prime Minister, the hygiene rules have to be followed in all places. Otherwise, the outbreak could escalate in the coming days.
Dr. According to Nasima Sultana, the average detection rate in the country is 22.94 percent, but the detection rate is more than 25 percent compared to tests in different laboratories in Dhaka and outside Dhaka. Even at the government’s National Institute of Laboratory Medicine and Referral Center, the highest number of 4,558 samples tested (in 24 hours) in the last one year yesterday, the corona positive result came from 1,006 people, which is about 24 percent. The director of the institution, Professor. Md. Samsuzzaman Toshar informed this information and warned people to follow the hygiene rules and gave himself status on his Facebook.
If you want to know whether the UK or any of the domestic variants behind the sudden rise of the infection spread dangerously, said the chief scientific officer of the Institute of Pathology Disease Control and Research. ASM Alamgir told Kaler Kanth, ‘The infection has increased and is increasing, everyone is watching it. It doesn’t matter which variant it is grown on. Because the issue of variants is not important to the common people. Everyone should pay attention now so that the virus does not spread from one person to another, this is the big need now. And the biggest effective way to do this is to follow the hygiene rules from your position. We have seen before that whenever people start following the rules of hygiene, the number of infections and deaths have also come down. ‘
Meanwhile, in the face of the situation, the government-formed National Technical Advisory Committee on Kavid-19 held an emergency meeting yesterday. The meeting made some more specific recommendations in the light of the 16-point directive issued by the government earlier. Committee President Prof. The meeting, chaired by Mohammad Sahidullah, said that specific instructions were needed on the implementation or implementation of the 16-point directive of the Prime Minister’s Office.
A press release issued after the committee meeting said the number of beds for Kavid-19 patients in hospitals needs to be increased as much as possible. ICU beds need to be increased. There is a need to increase the capacity of medical colleges outside Dhaka to treat patients in the area. It is necessary to make arrangements so that the people who come for testing for Kavid-19 can get the service easily. Adequate preparation is required keeping in mind that the demand for corona testing may increase in the coming days. The committee also called for immediate closure of social events, entertainment centers, book fairs and other fairs to prevent the spread of the disease. It has been asked to take measures to maintain social distance in transport and to follow all the instructions including wearing masks. It has also been said that guidelines can be taken from the Islamic Foundation for following the rules of hygiene in religious ceremonies. In addition, in the current situation, emphasis has been placed on genetic sequencing to understand the nature of the transmission.
On the rise of corona, Health Minister Zahid Malek said yesterday that there was no alternative to increasing the number of hospital beds as the incidence of corona was increasing day by day. For this reason, the government is increasing the number of beds in all hospitals, including the number of Kavid Dedicated Hospitals. A market of Dhaka North City Corporation has been made a fully dedicated hospital. The hospital has 1,250 corona dedicated beds. There are 50 ICU beds and 200 SDO beds. There are also one thousand isolation beds. Apart from this, the number of Kavid beds is being increased in each of the other government hospitals. The minister said this while addressing a virtual function on the occasion of launching 10 ICU beds at Dhaka Medical College Hospital.
Recent deaths in Corona have led to more deaths among men and the elderly than ever before. Of the 59 people killed yesterday, 35 were men and 24 were women. Among them are 30 persons in their sixties, 13 persons in the age group of 51-60 years, 11 persons in the age group of 41-50 years, four persons in the age group of 31-40 years and one person in the age group of 21-30 years. Of them, 40 are from Dhaka division, five each from Chittagong and Sylhet divisions, two each from Rajshahi and Rangpur divisions, four from Khulna and one from Barisal.
According to the Department of Health, the highest number of six lakh 26 thousand 549 samples has been tested in the last one year in March this year. Earlier, the highest test was conducted in June last year, four lakh 57 thousand 530 samples. Of these, a maximum of 26,006 samples were tested on March 29 in one day. And last March 31 was the highest identified five thousand 358 people. The highest death toll was 74 on June 30 last year. The highest daily detection rate was 31 percent on August 3 last year.
Meanwhile, according to the hospital situation, corona patients were admitted in 2,307 out of 2,511 general beds and 104 out of 106 ICU beds in 10 big government hospitals in Dhaka yesterday. Out of 946 general beds of 10 big private hospitals in Dhaka, 560 were admitted and 141 out of 16 ICU beds were admitted. In other words, only four ICU beds were vacant in Dhaka government hospital and 46 in private.
The Health Minister said at a function at Dhaka Medical College yesterday that there are about 600 in Dhaka Medical College Hospital