Another 48 people died in Khulna division in 24 hours

Another 48 people have died in the last 24 hours due to coronavirus in Khulna division. At the same time, 1 thousand 642 people were diagnosed with corona. Earlier on Sunday (July 11) 60 people died in the department. And on Friday (July 9) the highest death toll in the department was 71.

Rasheda Sultana, director of the divisional health department, confirmed this information in the afternoon.

According to the sources of the health director's office, in the last 24 hours, the maximum number of 13 people died in Khulna district. Of the rest, 12 died in Jessore, 9 in Kushtia, six in Jhenaidah, three in Chuadanga, two in Bagerhat, one each in Satkhira, Narail and Magura.

The first corona patient in Khulna division was detected in Chuadanga on March 19 last year. A total of 73 thousand 192 people have been identified in the 10 districts of the division since the beginning of the corona infection till this morning. 1 thousand 641 people died due to infection. 47 thousand 106 people have returned home after recovery.

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