The fresh numbers took the country’s total fatalities to 28,107 while the caseload mounted to 1,598,389 on Tuesday.
The country logged 2,588 cases on 9 September last year along with 58 deaths in 24 hours.
The mortality rate remained unchanged at 1.76 per cent in the last 24 hours.
The recovery rate kept declining to 97.06 per cent with the recovery of 274 more patients during the 24-hour period.
Meanwhile, Bangladesh’s total tally of Omicron cases reached 30 with detection of nine more cases on Monday, according to GISAID, a global initiative on sharing all influenza data.
On 9 December last year, Bangladesh again logged zero Covid-related death after nearly three weeks as the pandemic was apparently showing signs of easing.
The country reported this year’s first zero Covid-related death in a single day on 20 November last year along with 178 infections since the pandemic broke out in Bangladesh in March 2020.
Bangladesh logged the highest number of daily fatalities of 264 on 10 August last year, while the highest daily caseload was 16,230 on 28 July last year.
On Monday, the government has imposed restrictions on public movement and other activities like operating public transport at their half capacities as well as ensuring safety protocols after observing the outbreak of Omicron variant of Coronavirus and the overall Covid situation in the country.
This restriction will take effect on 13 January and will remain in force until further notice.