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No dialysis for coronavirus patients outside the capital

there is no dialysis treatment for coronavirus patients outside the capital, according to the concerned officials of the integrated control room of the health directorate and several hospitals

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Sundarbans curbed Amphan’s intensity, saved Dhaka

The Sundarbans acted as a formidable shield to the cyclone Amphan, cutting its speed down by 70 km per hour. This mangrove forest even lessened the height of tidal surge by 3 to 4 feet.

The Sundarbans

COVID-19 situation deteriorates rapidly

The number of coronavirus cases, the rate of increased transmissions, and the number of deaths, are all on a rapid rise. The highest number of cases emerged in the tenth week of the contagion in the ...

With the lockdown relaxed and thousands of workers returning to Dhaka, the number of COVID-19 cases has shot up

Health budget

Health sector deprived for over a decade

Allocation for the health sector is not even 5 per cent of the budget. More attention is paid to constructing buildings than to health workers and health services

Health sector deprived for over a decade

Virus-hit Bangladesh will take time to return to normalcy: Experts

There are different opinions among health experts as to when coronavirus infections will reach peak and stay how many days in Bangladesh.

Virus-hit Bangladesh will take time to return to normalcy: Experts

Dhaka’s Tolarbag, an example on COVID-19 fight

North Tolarbag in Dhaka’s Mirpur can be a good example for other areas in the country about how to tackle COVID-19 efficiently.

Vehicles seen along a road in Tolarbag, Mirpur in Dhaka after lockdown was withdrawn from the area after 48 days on 11 May 2020.

Cash support: Govt to give Tk 2500 to each of 5m families

The government is going to provide one-time cash support of Tk 2500 to 5 million low income families affected by coronavirus.

Cash support: Govt to give Tk 2500 to each of 5m families

Bangladeshi migrants in Oman face uncertainty

Among the nearly 800,000 Bangladeshi migrant workers in Oman, around 150,000 have become illegal or irregular there. More than the threat of coronavirus, many of these workers there are suffering ...

Oman is beset with falling oil prices and coronavirus, and Bangladeshi migrant workers are worst hit

COVID-19: Bangladesh in crucial times

Bangladesh is seeing the steepest spike in coronavirus cases and this trend may continue for a few more days.

COVID-19: Bangladesh in crucial times

'Normal life in Bangladesh in July'

The spread of coronavirus infection in Bangladesh may come under control, taking life back to normal again, by the first part of July, predicted experts.

Bangladesh to see 'normal' life in July: Experts
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