The corona of another 5,222 people, the identification rate is 18.62

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The world is in turmoil due to the epidemic of Corona virus. At present this corona violence is going on in different countries of the world including Bangladesh. The world is in turmoil due to the spread of this virus. At present this corona violence is going on in different countries of the world including Bangladesh. The corona

The situation has improved after the country imposed strict restrictions on the virus step by step to prevent the spread of the virus, but the world is worried about the arrival of a new variant of Corona Omicron. In the last 24 hours, deaths and identities have increased in the country.

In the last 24 hours, 5222 new patients have been identified in the country. On July 26, 16,230 new patients were identified in the country, which is the highest ever identification record in a single day.

In the previous seven days, 3446, 436, 3369, 2926, 2456, 2231 and 1491 patients were identified in the country respectively. According to the latest data, the total number of people infected with the novel Corona virus (Covid-19) in the country stands at 16 lakh 17 thousand 611 people. In the last 24 hours, deaths and identities have increased in the country.

In the last 24 hours, 5222 new patients have been identified in the country. On July 26, 16,230 new patients were identified in the country, which is the highest ever identification record in a single day.

In the previous seven days, 3446, 436, 3369, 2926, 2456, 2231 and 1491 patients were identified in the country respectively. According to the latest information, the total number of people infected with Novel Corona Virus (Covid-19) in the country is 18 lakh 17 thousand 611 people.

In the last 24 hours, 29,305 samples were tested in the country. Considering the test, the detection rate is 18.62 percent. In the previous 24 hours, the detection rate was 14.35 percent. A total of one crore 16 lakh 61 thousand 425 samples have been tested. Compared to the total test, the detection rate is 13.64 percent.

This information has been given in the press release sent from the Department of Health on Sunday (January 18) afternoon.