COVID19 UpdatesA deadly new threat spreading all over the world
General Holiday Ends Today At Bangladesh. Except Educational Institution all other institutions open from tomorrow, but at limited scale
42,844 positive cases, 582 reported deaths, and recovered 9,015
Bangladesh to resume domestic flights on Jun 1, international flights stay suspended
40,321 positive cases, 559 reported deaths, and recovered 9,015
30,205 positive cases, 432 reported deaths, and recovered 6,190
Highest number of People Died in a single day: 24
More than 30,000 people are affected by Coronavirus in Bangladesh
Super Cyclone Amphan surges amid the Coronavirus Outbreak. At least 26 died in Bangladesh
28,511 positive cases,408 reported deaths, and recovered 5,602
Beximco Pharma introduces world’s first generic Remdesivir for COVID-19 treatment, which is an effective medicine for treating coronavirus
Death toll crossed 400 mark in Bangladesh
WFP appeals for $320mn to help most vulnerable in Bangladesh
20,065 positive cases, 298 reported deaths, and recovered 3,882
More then 20,000 people are affected by corona virus in Bangladesh.
PM launches disbursement of Tk 1,250cr cash aid for 50 lakh families in Bangladesh.
Bangladeshi researchers map Covid-19 genome for 1st time.
14,657 positive cases, 228 reported deaths, and recovered 2,650.
887 new patient detected, 14 new death reported.
Eskayef submits remdesivir sample to DGDA.
Tk1.46 trillion lending spree to revive economy-The Financial Institutions Division (FID) under the finance ministry
Sk+F Produced countries first corona treating medicine: The brand name for Remdesivir manufactured by Eskayef is ‘Remivir’.
Six pharmaceutical companies that got the permission for Remdesivir are — Beximco, Beacon, Eskayef (SK-F), Incepta, Square and Healthcare
10,143 positive cases, 182 reported deaths, and Recovered 1,209
Number of people effected from coronavirus crossed 10,000 mark
Highest number of corona patient detected in a single day: 688
General Leave due coronavirus pandemic extended till 15th May
9,455 positive cases, 177 reported deaths, and Recovered 1,063
886 patient recovered from coronavirus and released from hospital under new guideline
The first lawmaker of the country, Awami League member of parliament from Naogaon-2 Md Shahiduzzaman Sarker has been diagnosed with the novel coronavirus
The education ministry and the University Grants Commission (UGC) have asked all private and public universities to complete academic activities for the current semester through online classes. However, private universities will have to hold exams in line with the commission’s guidelines.
8,238 positive cases, 170 reported deaths, and Recovered 174
7,667 positive cases, 168 reported deaths, and Recovered 160
7,103 positive cases, 163 reported deaths.
New record of highest number of patient detectted in a single day- 641
Except for China, All international and domestic flights of Bangladesh Biman has been suspended until May 15th
6,462 positive cases, 155 reported deaths, and Recovered 139.
Highest number of corona patient detected in a single day: 549
5,913 positive cases, 152 reported deaths, and Recovered 131
5,416 positive cases, 145 reported deaths, and Recovered 122.
Around 400 Bangladeshis died of coronavirus around the world.
Month of ramadan starts amid coronavirus pandemic.
4,186 positive cases, 131 reported deaths, and Recovered 112.
Grameenphone have donated Tk 15 crore to Brac’s emergency food assistance fund, which will help 100,000 jobless-families
4,186 positive cases, 127 reported deaths.
Total number of cases crossed four thousands marks.
Finance minister AHM Mustafa Kamal has said the government has no plan to offer any fresh stimulus package for businesses as they have already got better policy and fiscal supports.
3,772 positive cases, 120 reported deaths.
Asian Development Bank (ADB) has committed $600 million to support Bangladesh in facing challenges presented by the coronavirus outbreak.
3,382 positive cases, 110 reported deaths.
Total number of cases crossed three thousands marks.
2,948 positive cases, 101 reported deaths.
Death toll crossed 100 mark in Bangladesh.
2,456 positive cases, 91 reported deaths.
2,144 positive cases, 84 reported deaths, and 66 recoveries.
1,705 positive cases, 75 reported deaths, and 58 recoveries.
1,463 positive cases, 60 reported deaths, and 49 recoveries.
1,231 positive cases, 50 reported deaths, and 49 recoveries.
1,012 positive cases, 46 reported deaths, and 42 recoveries.
Prime minister of Bangladesh Announced a total of BDT 95,619 Stimulus Packages which is 3.3 percent of GDP
803 positive cases, 39 reported deaths, and 42 recoveries.
621 positive cases, 34 reported deaths, and 39 recoveries.
482 positive cases, 30 reported deaths, and 36 recoveries.
Total death toll Crossed 1 lac. mark globally.
424 positive cases, 27 reported deaths, and 33 recoveries.
The government has extended the ongoing nationwide general holiday for seven more days till April 25, to contain the spread of the deadly coronavirus.
330 positive cases, 21 reported deaths, and 33 recoveries.
The government restricted operations in Rohingya refugee camps to critical services and assistance only, citing the need to minimize risk within the camp setting
218 positive cases, 20 reported deaths, and 33 recoveries.
164 positive cases, 17 reported deaths, and 33 recoveries.
123 positive cases, 12 reported deaths, and 33 recoveries.
88 positive cases, 9 reported deaths, and 33 recoveries.
General Holiday Extended Until 14 April.
Four new financial stimulus packages of Tk 67,750 crore ($7.9 billion) were announced by the Prime minister of Bangladesh. The total amount of financial assistance with previous Tk 5,000 corer stimulus package from the government has stood at Tk 72,750 crore ($8.5 billion), which is nearly 2.52% of GDP
70 positive cases, 8 reported deaths, and 30 recoveries.
61 positive cases, 6 reported deaths, and 26 recoveries.
The World Bank approved a fast-track $100 million financing to help Bangladesh prevent, detect, and respond to the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic and strengthen its national systems for public health emergencies.
Testing facilities for coronavirus increased in Bangladesh.
56 positive cases, 6 reported deaths, and 26 recoveries.
54 positive cases, 6 reported deaths, and 26 recoveries.
51 positive cases, 5 reported deaths, and 25 recoveries.
49 positive cases, 5 reported deaths, and 15 recoveries.
No new cases of coronavirus in the last 24 hours.
48 positive cases, 5 reported deaths, and 15 recoveries.
Bangladesh received medical supplies including 30,000 COVID-19 testing kits from Jack Ma Foundation founded by Alibaba Group’s founder.
Biman Bangladesh announced that it would suspend all domestic and international flights from 30 March till 7 April.
48 positive cases, 11 recoveries, and 5 deaths.
44 positive cases, 11 recoveries, and 5 deaths.
Bangladesh has suspended flights to all countries except the UK and China until April 15.
All domestic flights were suspended.
39 positive cases, 5 recoveries, and 5 deaths.
The Prime Minister of Bangladesh announced a Tk 5,000 crore ($600 million) stimulus package for the export-oriented industries – mostly to pay the salaries and wages of the workers and employees in the sector.
The government announced a 10-day ban on all passenger travel via water, rail, and domestic air routes from 26 March till 4 April.
The government declared a ten-day nationwide holiday for the period 26 March–4 April
Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSC exam) which was going to begin on 1 April got postponed until further notice.
27 positive cases, 5 recoveries, and 2 deaths.
The second coronavirus death in Bangladesh was announced.
NewVision Solutions Limited permitted its employees to work from home due to Corona virus pandemic.
International commercial passenger flights with 10 counties, Malaysia, Oman Singapore, Qatar, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates (UAE), Turkey, India, and Bahrain have been suspended.
24 positive cases, 3 recoveries, and 2 deaths.
20 positive cases, 3 recoveries, and 1 death.
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