TE24 Bangladesh Desk
Four months later, the fourth wave of the Kovid epidemic is now knocking on the country’s door. “Every day the rate of coronavirus infection exceeds 10% today. Of course, we are entering the fourth wave of coronavirus infections,” said Prof. Dr. Ahmedul Kabir, Additional Chief General (Administrator) of the Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS).
He warned that if people were reluctant to follow the rules of well-being, the deadly infection would spread quickly.
Ahmedul Kabir added, “People should adhere to hygiene including wearing a mask, and get the corona vaccine as soon as possible.”
According to the DGHS, the nation is currently experiencing a sharp rise in corona infections. The rate of disease has been increasing day by day for seven days.
One person has died and 83 new cases have been registered in the last 24 hours till 8 am on Monday. After 20 days, the country saw death in the first corona.
After 20 days, the country saw death in the first corona. Earlier, 596 new coronaviruses were found on Sunday, 304 on Saturday and 433 on Friday. Since June 6, the number of daily diseases has exceeded 50.
At the same time, the daily rate of disease is 10.6 percent. It was 7.38 percent on Sunday, 5.94 percent on Saturday and 6.27 percent on Friday. The daily infection rate on June 6 exceeds one percent.
According to the WHO, assuming the daily disease rate stays below five percent for two weeks, this can be seen very well as the covid situation in the country is taken care of. Up to this point, 29,132 patients with covid infection have passed and 19,57,200 cases have been recognized in the country as of Monday.
During this period, 92 corona patients have been recovered so far, bringing the number of all outs to 19,05,899. Similarly, the recovery rate remained at 97.38 percent.
About 8,028 instances were attempted out of 24 hours as of Monday morning whereas on Sunday it was 8,074.
The DGHS said covid infection was spreading again at an alarming rate in recent weeks (June 13-19), with corona detection rates increasing by 363% compared to the previous week.
The growth rate in the previous week was 116.1 percent. A total of 2,212 cases were accounted for, but no deaths from corona infection were reported at the time.
“There is no alternative to adhering to the rules of well-being and wearing a mask should be mandatory,” said Dr Alamgir, chief logical officer at the Institute of Epidemiology, Disease. Control and Research (IEDCR).
After receiving some information about the infection, the virologist said that the Omicron variety of Kovid is now ruling the country. “In the absence of compliance with the rules of human well-being, infectious diseases can be extreme for people who have not been vaccinated and are at risk,” he added.
In a conversation with media personnel, Prof. Dr. Nazrul Islam, a member of the National Technical Advisory Committee of Covid-19, stressed the need for vaccination to maintain healthy guanine and fight infection.
“Currently, specialists should study to find an explanation for this sudden outbreak of coronary heart disease. What’s more, appropriate action should be taken,” said a prominent virologist.
Health and Family Welfare Minister Zahid Malek warned late that the death toll could rise if coronary heart disease spreads.
He also called on individuals to adhere to the rules of well-being and take antibodies.
The National Technical Advisory Committee on Covid-19 has recently noticed that the incidence of Crohn’s disease is spreading.
The Board of Trustees suggested that government authorities should wear the required veil in all areas and that the ‘No Mask No Service’ strategy should be implemented unequivocally.
They have similarly advised the emergency clinic, intensive care unit (ICU) and clinical staff to provide therapy to an increasing number of corona patients.