Six more died in Corona, 424 people were affected.

 Staff Reporter   |   Update: 2020-04-10 15:39:06

Six more died in Corona, 424 people were affected.

Coronavirus has been identified as one of the newest 94  cases in the country. The number of people infected with the virus has increased to 424 in the country. Six more died in the infected patients. As a result, the death toll has risen to 27.

The information was reported in the Health Department's regular health bulletin on Friday (10th  April) at the Health Department's Coronavirus. Presenting the online bulletin, Additional Director-General of the Department of Health (Planning and Development) Prof Dr Sania Tahmina. Add to your home the professor of pathology, disease control and research (IEDCR) Dr. Mirzadi Sabrina Flora.

The bulletin said that in the last 24 hours, a further 1,297 samples were collected. Of these, 1 thousand 184 were tested. In all, the sample tests were conducted at 7,359. Coronavirus has been identified in 94 bodies in a new sample test. Of these, six were identified in the highest Dhaka. The second highest number of people were identified in Narayanganj. Of the new patients, 69 are men, 25 are women. The total number of coronas affected is 424.

Six more died in the last 24 hours. As a result, the death toll stands at 27. Of those who died, three were from Dhaka, two from Narayanganj and one from Patuakhali.

The global outbreak of coronavirus from China's global epidemic at the end of December last year has killed more than 1600,000 people worldwide. About 96,000 people died. However, more than 300,000 patients have already recovered.

The first coronavirus-infected patient was found on8th  March. Then, in the first few reports of a new infected patient, the number jumped in the last few days. As of last year, the number of coronary cases in the country is 424. Twenty-one died. 27 people have recovered.

Various steps are being taken to prevent the spread of the deadly virus; The root of which is to maintain social distance among the people. Armed forces, RAB and police are patrolling the highway along the highway to keep people in their homes.