TRACKING COVID-19 CASES IN BANGLADESH

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Latest Data

[Last update: 3rd of March 2021]

Bangladesh
547,316

Confirmed

8,423

Dead

498,391

Recovered

Last 24h in bd
515

Confirmed

7

Dead

594

Recovered

World
115,504,289

Confirmed

2,514,965

Dead

91,208,697

Recovered

Data Analysis

Has the curve flattened in Bangladesh?


(Last Updated: 07 July 2020)
The disease caused by the novel coronavirus has killed at least 2,151 people in the Bangladesh. Bangladesh health authorities have identified 168,645 Covid-19 cases throughout thecountry.
As all the countries around the world are working to “flatten the curve” of the coronavirus pandemic. Flattening the curve means reducing the number of new COVID-19 cases from one day to the next. When a country has less new COVID-19 cases today than yesterday, that’s a sign that the country is flattening the curve.Bangladesh is also trying to impose strict control on people’s movement in order to flatten the curve.
On a trend line of total case a flattened curve looks flat(see China’s curve on analysis 2). But The curve shown here is new cases per day, a flattened curve will show a downward trend.

Fortunately, that’s the case for Bangladesh right now. Trend of daily new cases curve for Bangladesh is decreasing. If this trend of new cases continues only then we can say Bangladesh's curve is flattened.


Above analysis uses a 5-day moving average to visualize the number of new COVID-19 cases of Bangladesh. This is calculated for each day by averaging the values of that day, the two days before, and the two next days.
Data Source:https://iedcr.gov.bd/

COVID-19 Daily News


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COVID-19

The first confirmed case of coronavirus was traced back to November-19 in Hubei when it was an unknown virus. The disease was first identified in December-19 in Wuhan, the capital of Hubei, China, and has since spread globally. The first identified case of coronavirus in Bangladesh on 08 March 2020.




Protect yourself and others from getting sick. [WHO]
  • Wash your hands with soap and running water when hands are visibly dirty. If your hands are not visibly dirty, frequently clean them by using alcohol-based hand rub or soap and water.
  • When coughing and sneezing cover mouth and nose with flexed elbow or tissue. Throw tissue into closed bin immediately after use.
  • 3. Avoid close contact when you are experiencing cough and fever.