Staff Reporter | Update: 2020-03-19 14:38:25
Coronavirus (Covid-I9), the first epidemic in Bangladesh, has died in a global epidemic. Director of the Institute of Pathology, Disease Control and Research (IEDCR), Dr. Mirzadi Sabrina Flora has said that the only dead person in Bangladesh suffering from coronavirus will be buried under Islamic rules. However, the World Health Organization (WHO) protocol will be followed.
The IEDCR director said this at a regular briefing on coronavirus this afternoon on Wednesday, 18th March. The person who died of coronas has died (he) is a Muslim. He will be buried according to Islamic tradition. However, IEDCR people will do it. For this purpose our people have gone to the house of the deceased. They will do everything. '
Experts say the current generation of coronavirus (Covid-19) is very contagious. The virus can be found in the hands of the deceased, in the mouth, nose, eyes or anywhere in the mouth. That is why it is customary for a Muslim dead person to be bathed empty handed, in which case a dead person with coronavirus cannot be bathed or taken in such a manner. Because of this, people will go to the IEDCR to carry out the burial work.
IEDCR confirms first death in coronavirus in Bangladesh Director Dr. Mirzadi Sabrina Flora said, "We have a bad news. One died of coronavirus in Bangladesh. He is 70 years old. He suffered from coronary artery contact. He was also suffering from diabetes and kidney problems. He was placed in the ICU. He died on Wednesday (18th March). '
He added that four more people have been infected with coronavirus in the country. One of them is male and three are women. Two of them are from Italy and one from Kuwait. The IEDCR director said 16 people were kept in isolation.
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