A record of 51 deaths in one day due to Corona in Khulna division

All previous records were broken in one day's deaths due to corona infection in Khulna division. 51 people have died in this department in the last 24 hours. At the same time, 1,470 people were newly identified as infected with corona.

A total of 1,265 people have died due to corona infection in the department. And the number of identified people stands at 62 thousand 34.

Rasheda Sultana, director of the Divisional Health Directorate, confirmed this information on Monday (July 5). Earlier yesterday Sunday (July 4) maximum 46 people died in Khulna division.

According to sources from the Divisional Health Director's office, the deceased include 13 from Khulna, two from Bagerhat, six from Jessore, one from Magura, five from Jhenaidah, 17 from Kushtia, two from Chuadanga and five from Meherpur.

During this period, 239 people were affected in Khulna, 121 people in Bagerhat, 102 people in Satkhira, 286 people in Jessore, 70 people in Narail, 34 people in Magura, 86 people in Jhenaidah, 292 people in Kushtia, 152 people in Chuadanga and 88 people in Meherpur.

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