The government has directed to send the list of affected farmers to the Ministry of Agriculture. Incentives will be taken after getting the list of the affected farmers. The government is taking all possible steps to rehabilitate and support the farmers. I have come to Haor on the instructions of the Ministry of Agriculture. The government will make arrangements to take the part of the crop that is good in Boro land to the farmer’s house even after the loss. If the farmers survive, the country will survive, so the government is on the side of the farmers.
Senior Secretary of the Ministry of Agriculture Mohammad said this while inspecting the damaged boro land at Uchitpur Haor in Madan Upazila of Netrokona at around 4 pm on Wednesday. Mesbahul Islam.
Director General of the Department of Agricultural Extension, Bangladesh was present at the time. Asadullah, Director General of the Bangladesh Rice Research Institute. Md. Shahjahan Kabir, Deputy Director of Netrokona Agriculture Extension Department Habibur Rahman, Madan Upazila Executive Officer Bulbul Ahmed, Municipal Mayor Saiful Islam Saif, Upazila Awami League President Bir Muktijoddha Abdul Kadduch, Upazila Agriculture Officer (Acting) Raihanul Haque, OC (Investigation) Ujjal Kanti Sikder, UP Chairman Nurul Islam (Chhaddu), Nurul Alam Talukder, Fakhar Uddin Ahmed, Rafiqul Islam Chowdhury and others.
Coronavirus infections are rising at an unstoppable rate every day, surpassing previous records. As of 8 am on Thursday, 6,469 people had been diagnosed in the previous 24 hours, which had not happened in the country before. On the other hand, 59 people died in 24 hours, which is the second highest number of deaths in one day. A total of six lakh 18 thousand 84 people were identified in the country. Of these, 9,105 died. Two thousand 539 people have recovered in 24 hours and a total of five lakh 44 thousand 936 people have recovered. The detection rate in 24 hours is 22.94 percent. Additional Director General of the Department of Health (Administration) Prof. Nasima Sultana has given this information.
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 the Dhaka Medical College Hospital has about 600 corona dedicated beds. Each bed here has a high flow nasal cannula facility. Dhaka Medical College Hospital has now added 10 new ICU beds with the previous ICU and SDO.