Timeline of the COVID-19 pandemic in Bangladesh

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The following is a detailed timeline of the COVID-19 pandemic in Bangladesh. The first confirmed cases were recorded in Bangladesh on 8 March 2020 and continued to spread. As of 13 August 2020, the number of confirmed cases were over 269,000 and the number of deaths were 3,557. [1]

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Timeline

January

On 22 January, the authorities at the Dhaka airport put the airports on alert by screening travellers from China. [2] [3]

February

On 1 February, a special flight from Bangladesh evacuated 312 Bangladeshi citizens stranded in Wuhan. [4] The evacuees were quarantined for 14 days at the Ashkona Hajj Camp in Dhaka and other locations. [5] [6] None of them tested positive for the coronavirus. [7] [8]

March

8 March

  • On 8 March, The first three coronavirus cases were confirmed. [9] The IEDCR director Prof. Meerjady Sabrina Flora announced at a press conference that 2 men (from Narayangonj) and 1 woman (From Madaripur) had tested positive for COVID-19. The patients were aged between 20 and 35. Of them, two men were Italy returnees and the woman was a family member of one of these two. IEDCR launched three hotlines to call for information about coronavirus. Approximately about 111 tests were conducted in Bangladesh. [10]
  • On the same day, Bangladesh decided  not to hold the planned grand inauguration ceremony of the founding president Sheikh Mujibur Rahman's birth centenary celebration programmes on 17 March to avoid public gatherings. [11]

16 March

On 16 March, Flora stated that an additional 3 COVID-19 patients had been detected in Bangladesh, including 2 children. [12] Also, the Education Ministry of Bangladesh announced that it will close all educational institutions until 31 March and Dhaka University from 18 March 2020 to 28 March 2020. [13] [14]

17 March

On 17 March 2 more patients were diagnosed with coronavirus. One of them is an expatriate Bangladeshi and another one was in the institutional quarantine. [15]

18 March

On 18 March, Bangladesh reported its first coronavirus death. The patient was aged over 70 and had various medical conditions like COPD, diabetes, hypertension, heart problems. [16]

In the last 24 hours, 4 more COVID-19 patients (three male and one female) were detected where as samples of 49 people were tested. The three males were returnees from Italy and Kuwait while the female was a family member of a COVID-19 patient identified earlier. [17] [18]

Till date, there were a total of 341 individuals tested among whom there were 48 known positive cases, 1 reported death, and 3 recoveries. [19]

Despite risks of spreading COVID-19, at least 25,000 Muslims joined a prayer named 'Khatme Shifa' after dawn to fight the COVID-19 pandemic, at Central Eidgah in Lakshmipur's Raipur. [20] [21] [22] [23]

19 March

  • As of 19 March, a total of 397 individuals have been tested since 21 January 2020. Among all those tested, there was a total of 17 positive cases, 3 recoveries, and 1 death. [ citation needed ]
  • In the last 24 hours, a total of 46 individuals have been tested among whom 3 (two males and one female) were newly tested positive. They are all members of the family of one Italy returnee. Of them, the men are aged 32 and 65 while the woman is 22 years old.[ citation needed ]
  • Bangladesh imposed its first lockdown at Shibchar, Madaripur. From 8 pm, the local administration enforced a complete shutdown in Shibchar municipality and three unions of Shibchar Upazila in an effort to contain the spread of coronavirus after 9 people from the area was announced to have tested positive. [24] [25]

20 March

  • As of 20 March, the government press release stated that a total of 433 individuals have been tested among which there is a total of 20 positive cases, 3 recoveries and 1 death. [26]
  • According to the government press release, in the last 24 hours, a total of 36 individuals have been tested among whom 3 (two males and one female) were newly tested positive. [26] The female in her 30s and the male in his 70s had known contact with a recent returnee from abroad. The male in his 30s has history of travel in Rome and Berlin. The patient in his 70s was in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) because of his critical condition. [27]
  • The Daulatdia brothel, one of the largest brothels in the world was ordered to shut down. [28]
  • Mountaineer Wasfia Nazreen, the first Bangladeshi to complete Seven Summits, announced on Facebook that she was tested positive for COVID-19 in Los Angeles, California. [29]

21 March

  • As of 21 March, a total of 433 individuals have been tested among which there is a total of 24 positive cases, 3 recoveries and 2 deaths. [26]
  • According to the government press release, in the last 24 hours, a total of 36 individuals have been tested among whom 4 were newly tested positive. [26]
  • The second coronavirus death in Bangladesh was announced. [30] The death of this man in his 70s is likely the first known death from community transmission since how he got infected remained unknown as he and his family did not have any history of travel abroad. [31] Following his death at the nearby Delta Medical Hospital, the authorities locked down the Tolarbagh neighbourhood of Mirpur, Dhaka. [32]

22 March

  • As of 22 March, a total of 564 individuals have been tested among which there is a total of 27 positive cases, 5 recoveries and 2 deaths. [26]
  • According to the government press release, in the last 24 hours, a total of 65 individuals have been tested among whom 3 were newly tested positive. [26] Among them, was a 30-year-old doctor, who treated the patient who died on 20 March. [33]
  • Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSC exam) which was going to begin on 1 April got postponed until further notice. [34]

23 March

  • As of 23 March, a total of 620 individuals have been tested among which there is a total of 33 positive cases, 5 recoveries and 3 deaths. [26] Among those tested positive, 2 are under 10, 1 is between 10 and 20, 9 between 21 and 30, 9 between 31 and 40, 5 between 41 and 50, 1 between 51 and 60, and 6 are over 60. Among the 33 affected people, 15 lived in Dhaka, 10 are from Madaripur, 3 from Narayanganj, 2 from Gaibandha, 1 from Comilla, 1 from Gazipur, and 1 from Chuadanga. Among them, 13 has a history from foreign travel and the rest transmitted the disease from those who traveled abroad. Among those who returned from a foreign country, 6 came from Italy, 2 from the US, 2 from the UK, 2 from European countries other than Italy, 1 from Bahrain, 1 from India, and 1 from Kuwait. [35]
  • According to the government press release, in the last 24 hours, a total of 56  individuals were tested among whom 6 were newly tested positive. [26] Among the 6 new cases (3 males, 3 females), one  is a physician, two are nurses, and two recently arrived from India and Bahrain. [36]
  • The third known coronavirus-related death was announced. [35] The deceased was a neighbor of the second person who died from coronavirus. The two may have been infected at the same mosque in Tolarbag area, where they both regularly went for their prayers. [37]
  • The government announced the closure of  all government and private offices from 26 March until 4 April to prevent the spread of coronavirus. Only emergency services like law enforcement and healthcare services were exempted from this announcement. [38] It was also announced that the armed forces will be deployed on 24 March to facilitate prevention of spread of coronavirus. [39]

24 March

  • As of 24 March, a total of 712 individuals have been tested among which there is a total of 39 positive cases, 5 recoveries and 4 deaths. [26]
  • According to the government press release, in the last 24 hours, a total of 92 individuals have been tested among whom 6 were newly tested positive. Among them, one recently returned from Saudi Arabia after completing Umrah and the other four were known to have come in contact with patients tested positive for COVID-19. [40]
  • The fourth known coronavirus-related death of a female occurred in the last 24 hours. The person was over 70. It is not known how the woman contracted the virus. [26] [41] [40]
  • The government announced a 10-day ban on all passenger travel via water, rail, and domestic air routes from  26 March till 4 April. [42]
  • The government deployed the armed forces, including police and army, to ensure that people maintain social distancing and quarantine to prevent spread of the deadly COVID-19. [43] [44]

25 March

  • As of 25 March, a total of 794 individuals have been tested among which there is a total of 39 positive cases, 5 recoveries and 5 deaths. [26]
  • According to the government press release, in the last 24 hours, a total of 82 individuals have been tested among whom 0 were newly tested positive. 1 coronavirus-related death occurred in the last 24 hours. [26]
  • The fifth known person to have died in Bangladesh due to COVID-19 was 65 years old and was a relative of another patient tested positive. The person was tested positive on 18 March and was receiving treatment in a hospital. When the patient's condition deteriorated, s/he was admitted to the Kuwait Friendship Hospital on 21 March. The patient, who also had diabetes and hypertension, succumbed to death in the morning of 25 March. [45]
  • All domestic flights were suspended. [46]

26 March

  • As of 26 March, a total of 920 individuals have been tested among which there is a total of 44 positive cases, 11 recoveries and 5 deaths. [26]
  • According to the government press release, in the last 24 hours, a total of 126 individuals were tested among whom 5 were newly tested positive. [26] [47] Among them, two are between 30 and 40, two between 40 and 50, and one is over 60. [48] According to a newspaper report, an officer working at the Ministry of Health was one of those who tested positive. [49]
  • Bangladesh observed its 50th Independence Day on a limited scale as the government cancelled all celebrations and mass gatherings to prevent the spread of coronavirus. To mark the day, important structures and main roads were illuminated and decorated with national flags. [50]
  • This was the first day of the 10-day shutdown that the government announced to contain the spread of coronavirus. [51] [52]

27 March

  • As of 27 March, a total of 1026 individuals have been tested among which there is a total of 48 positive cases, 11 recoveries and 5 deaths. [26]
  • According to the government press release, in the last 24 hours, a total of 106 individuals were tested among whom 4 were newly tested positive. [26] Among the 4 new cases (three females and one male), two are physicians who treated patients infected with COVID-19. Two are from Dhaka and two are from outside of Dhaka. Three of them had contact with known patients tested for COVID-19, the source of one is unknown. [53] [54] [55] [33]
  • The government announced that in addition to IEDCR, three other organizations have started testing for COVID-19. The institutions are Institute of Public Health(IPH), Dhaka Shishu Hospital, and Bangladesh Institute of Tropical and Infectious Disease (BITID). [47]
  • So far patients with suspected COVID-19 symptoms have been reported to have been assessed and died in Cox's Bazar, Jessore, Khagrachhari, Noakhali, Rajshahi etc. [53] [56] [57] [58]
  • Biman Bangladesh announced that it would suspend all domestic and international flights from 30 March till 7 April. The airlines will operate its flights to London and Manchester on 29 March and fly back to Dhaka on 30 March. [59]
  • Despite lockdown, Muslims across the country were reported to have joined the Jumah prayer at the mosques on Friday. [60] [61]
  • Bangladesh received medical supplies including 30,000 COVID-19 testing kits from Jack Ma Foundation founded by Alibaba Group's founder. [62] [63]

28 March

On 28 March, it was reported that a total of 47 individuals were tested in the last 24 hours, but none were newly tested positive. 4 new patients were declared as recovered from COVID-19. [64] [65]

Till date, there were a total of 1076 individuals tested among whom there were 48 known positive cases, 5 reported deaths, and 15 recoveries.[ citation needed ]

However, experts claim that a large number of people remain undetected due to inadequate testing. [66]

29 March

On 29 March, it was reported that 109 samples were tested in the last 24 hours, but none were tested positive. According to IEDCR, there were no new deaths from COVID-19 in the last 24 hours. These numbers consisted of tests conducted in IEDCR, Institute of Public Health (IPH), and Bangladesh Institute of Tropical and Infectious Disease (BITID). [67]

Till date, there were a total of 1095 individuals tested among whom were 48 known positive cases, 5 reported deaths, and 15 recoveries. [68]

Patients with COVID-19 symptoms continued to die in hospitals without access to testing facilities in Barishal, Khulna, Lalmonirhat, Manikganj, and Patuakhali. Some were treated at COVID-19 isolation centers at hospitals in the districts and others were denied treatment. [69] [70]

30 March

According to press briefing, 153 more tests were performed and one new COVID-19 positive case was identified in the past 24 hours. As of 30 March 2020, total number of COVID-19 positive cases in the country is 49. [71]

31 March

On 31 March, it was reported that 140 samples were tested in the last 24 hours, and two were tested positive. According to IEDCR, there were no new deaths from COVID-19 in the last 24 hours. These numbers consisted of tests conducted in IEDCR, Bangladesh Institute of Tropical and Infectious Disease, Dhaka Shishu Hospital, International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research, Bangladesh, and Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, Bangladesh. As of this date, there were a total of 1602 individuals tested among whom were 51 known positive cases, 5 reported deaths, and 25 recoveries. [72]

The reality of low number of tests still remains as a concern among many in the country. [73] [74]

April

1 April

The Health Minister of Bangladesh said in a video call conference that one more COVID-19 patient had died and 3 more COVID-19 positive cases were identified in the last 24 hours, taking the number of deaths to six and infected to 54. [75]

2 April

On 2 April, it was reported that 141 samples were tested in the last 24 hours, and two were tested positive, both of them are male and one of them is 30-40 while the other is between 70 and 80. According to DGHS, there were no new deaths from COVID-19 in the last 24 hours. [76]

3 April

On 3 April, it was reported that 513 new samples were tested and among them 5 were tested positive in the last 24 hours, raising the total number of infected to 61. During this period no new death was reported across the country. [77]

100 families in Narayanganj was put in self-isolation after a deceased woman was found COVID-19 positive last night. The IEDCR informed the district's civil surgeon around 7:00 pm (2 April) last night that the woman was infected with coronavirus. [78]

4 April

On 4 April, it was reported that 434 samples were tested out of 553 new samples and among them 9 were tested positive in the last 24 hours, raising the total number of infected to 70. During this period, 2 new death was reported across the country which takes the number of deaths from COVID-19 to 8. [79]

5 April

On 5 April, it was reported that 367 [80] new samples were tested and among them 18 were tested positive in the last 24 hours, raising the total number of infected to 88. During this period, 1 new death was reported across the country which takes the number of deaths from COVID-19 to 9. [81] Dhaka had 54 cases that time.

6 April

On 6 April, the country had the largest spike thus far in both the detected number of cases and the number of deaths, with 35 new detected cases and 3 new deaths the number of positive tests surged from 88 to 123 and deaths increased from 9 to 12. [82] It was the most cases of that time. At 2 pm IEDCR reports 127 cases. Bashabo in Dhaka was in a high risk. It was on lockdown.[ citation needed ]

The health authorities tested 468 samples to confirm the 35 new cases. Among these 35 cases, 12 were from Narayanganj. [83]

7 April

On 7 April, the country had the largest number of cases so far in both detected number of cases and the number of deaths, with 45 new detected cases and 5 new deaths makes the number of the positive case from 123 to 164 and deaths increased from 12 to 17. [84]

8 April

3 more died of coronavirus infection in the last 24 hours, IEDCR said today. The death toll now stands at 20, Dr. Meerjady Sabrina Flora, director, Institute of Epidemiology, Disease Control and Research (IEDCR) said during a briefing. 55 people have tested positive for COVID-19 in last 24 hours. With this, the total number of infected has reached 219. [85]

The total number of tests conducted in last 24 hours were 981 among them 633 sample are collected from the capital [86]

9 April

On 9 April 112 new people found positive and the death toll increased to 21. According to IEDCR, this is the biggest number of COVID-19 positive found in a day so far.[ citation needed ]

The health authorities also stated that it tested 1,097 samples, mostly from Dhaka and some across the country. This was the maximum in any given day. [87]

10 April

According to the MIS department of DGHS of Bangladesh, the death toll increased from 21 to 27 and the total detected case is 424. The health authorities also stated that it tested another record high of 1,184 samples in some 17 testing facilities across the country. Around 7,359 tests have been completed till now. [88]

13 April

The death toll now stands at 39, the minister said during the briefing. One hundred and eighty-two people have tested positive for COVID-19 in the last 24 hours. With this, the total number of infected has reached 803. A total number of 1,570 samples were tested in the last 24 hours, the minister also said. Meanwhile, three patients have recovered since yesterday taking the total recovery number to 42 so far, the minister added. [89]

14 April

Seven more people have died in the country in the last 24 hours from being infected with the coronavirus. The death toll is now 46. In addition, 209 people were newly infected. The total number of infected have risen to 1,022. [90]

18 April

New identified: 309 as well as new Deaths: 9.[ citation needed ] More than 100,000 people defied Bangladesh's lockdown order on Saturday to attend the funeral of a senior leader of the Islamist party in the district of Brahmanbaria. The funeral for Maulana Zubayer Ahmad Ansari, an Islamic teacher, broke the country's ban of no more than five people attending prayers at one time. The police were unable to control the crowd. [91]

19 April

312 victims had been identified as positive of COVID-19. and fatalities was 7 death and 9 recovered.[ citation needed ]

20 April

492 was identified as positive for COVID-19 which is considerably the highest infected person in Bangladesh till now. 10 more casualties also reported so far. Bangladesh Bank announced Tk 30 billion refinancing fund for low-income professionals, farmers and small-business owners affected by the coronavirus shutdown. [92]

21 April

434 people tested positive for COVID-19. 9 more people have died of coronavirus infection, taking the number of deaths to 110 in the country. [93]

Field Hospital

The Public Health Expert Dr. Bidduth Barua took the initiative to build a field hospital and in collaboration with Navana Group built a 50-bed field hospital in Chittagong called Chattogram Field Hospital . It's the first Field Hospital in Bangladesh after the Liberation War in Bangladesh.For today to till now this field hospital is providing services to Corona patients completely free of cost.

22 April

The number of confirmed coronavirus patients in Bangladesh surged to 3,772 as the country registered 390 fresh cases in the last 24 hours. Besides, 10 more people died from COVID-19. With the latest, the death toll from the lethal disease now stands at 120. [94]

23 April

414 new persons tested positive for COVID-19. Bangladesh crossed 4,000 cases mark right after two days of its previous 3,000 cases mark on 21 April 2020. [95]

25 April

4689 people have been infected in total in Bangladesh and 131 people died so far due to nCoV-19. 503 positive cases in a day and this is the highest number of affected found in a day in Bangladesh. [96] [97]

29 April

Novel Coronavirus cases passed the 7000th mark in Bangladesh and a record 641 people tested positive in a single day. The total number of death raised to 163 as 8 people died that day across the country. [98]

May

1 May

Bangladesh passed the 8000th case mark within just 1 day and the total number of infected people in Bangladesh is 8238. 170 people died so far and 174 people have been cured of Novel Coronavirus. 70239 people have been tested for 2019-nCov in Bangladesh. [99]

3 May

Bangladesh has recorded the highest single day cases from coronavirus infection as 665 more people tested positive in the last 24 hours. With the latest figure, the number of total confirmed cases jumped to 9,455. [100]

4 May

On 4 May, Novel Coronavirus cases passed the 10000 marks in Bangladesh and a record 688 infected people found in a single day, and the total number of infected people in Bangladesh is 10143. The total number of death raised to 182 as five people died today across the country. COVID-19 [101]

6 May

The number of confirmed coronavirus patients in Bangladesh surged to 11,719 as the country registered 790 new cases in the last 24 hours. Besides, three more people died from COVID-19. With the latest, the death toll from the lethal disease now stands at 186. [102]

7 May

The number of total cases has jumped to 12425 with 706 new cases in the last 24 hours. 13 more people have died due to coronavirus, and the total death toll is 199 now. [103]

8 May

The total number of people affected due to COVID-19 raised to 13,134. New COVID-19 infection in the last 24hrs: 709. Tests in the last 24 Hours: 5.941. Recovery in the last 24 hours: 191. New Deaths in last 24 hrs: 07, Isolation in last 24 hours: 103 [104]

9 May

A total of 636 new cases have been registered in the last 24 hours. Total COVID-19 cases raised to 13,770. Tests in the last 24 Hours: 5,465. Recovery in the last 24 hours: 313. New Deaths in last 24 hrs: 08, Isolation in last 24 hours: 196 [104]

10 May

On 10 May, the number of active cases has raised by 887. Now the total number of active coronavirus cases is 14657. The death toll raised to 228. [105]

11 May

Bangladesh crossed 15000 marks with a record of 1034 new affected cases in a single day. The total number of coronavirus affected cases in Bangladesh is 15691. The total number of death is now 239. [106]

12 May

The number of total cases has crossed 16660, with 969 new cases in the last 24 hours. 11 more people have died in the last 24 hours due to coronavirus, and the total death toll is 250. [107]

Former Bangladeshi cricketer and development coach Ashiqur Rahman tested positive for COVID-19. [108]

13 May

A total of 1162 new cases have been registered on 13 May. Total COVID-19 cases raised to 17822. With 19 more death cases, the total death toll becomes 269. [109]

14 May

On 14 May, the number of active cases has raised by 1041. Now the total number of active coronavirus cases is 18863. The death toll increased to 280. [110]

15 May

Bangladesh crossed 20000 marks with a record of 1202 new affected cases in a single day. The total number of coronavirus affected cases in Bangladesh is 20065. The total number of death is now 298. [111]

16 May

A total of 930 new cases have been registered on 16 May. Total COVID-19 cases raised to 20995. With 16 more death cases, the total death toll becomes 314. [112]

17 May

A total of 1273 new cases have been registered on 17 May. Total COVID-19 cases raised to 22268. With 14 more death cases, the total death toll becomes 328. [113]

18 May

A total of 1602 new cases have been registered on 18 May. Total COVID-19 cases raised to 23870. With 21 more death cases, the total death toll becomes 349. [114]

19 May

The number of total cases has jumped to 25,121 with 1251 new cases in the last 24 hours. 21 more people have died due to coronavirus, and the total death toll is 370 now. [115]

20 May

The number of confirmed coronavirus patients in Bangladesh surged to 26,738 as the country registered 1,617 new cases in the last 24 hours. Besides, 16 more people died from COVID-19. With the latest, the death toll from the lethal disease now stands at 386. [115]

21 May

A total of 1,773 new cases have been registered in the last 24 hours. Total COVID-19 cases raised to 28,511. Tests in the last 24 Hours: 10,262. Recovery in the last 24 hours: 395. New Deaths in last 24 hrs: 22. [115]

22 May

Bangladesh crossed 30000 marks with 1,694 new affected cases in a single day. The total number of coronavirus affected cases in Bangladesh is 30,205. The total number of death is now 432. [115]

23 May

The number of confirmed coronavirus patients in Bangladesh surged to 32078 as the country registered 1873 new cases in the last 24 hours. Besides, 20 more people died from COVID-19. With the latest, the death toll from the lethal disease now stands at 452. [115]

24 May

The number of confirmed coronavirus patients in Bangladesh increased to 33610 as the country registered 1532 fresh cases in the last 24 hours and 28 more people died from COVID-19. With the latest, the death toll from the lethal disease now stands at 480. [116]

25 May

The number of total confirmed cases reached 35585. Bangladesh has reached a distant milestone of 501 deaths from COVID-19 in the last 24 hours. [117]

26 May

A total of 1,166 new cases have been registered today. Total COVID-19 cases raised to 36,751. With 21 more death cases, the total death toll becomes 522. [118]

27 May

On 27 May, the number of active cases has raised by 1,541. Now the total number of active coronavirus cases is 38,292. With 22 more death cases, the death toll increased to 544. 346 patients recovered in the last 24 hours. Total recovery as of today 7,925. [119]

28 May

Bangladesh crossed 40000 marks with a record of 2,029 new affected cases in a single day. The total number of coronavirus affected cases in Bangladesh is 40,321. With 15 more death cases, the death toll increased to 559. 500 patients recovered in the last 24 hours. Total recovery as of today 8,425. [120]

29 May

A total of 2,523 new cases have been registered today. Total COVID-19 cases raised to 42,844. With 23 more death cases, the total death toll becomes 582. 590 patients recovered in the last 24 hours. Total recovery as of today 9,015. [121]

30 May

A total of 1,764 new cases have been registered today. Total COVID-19 cases raised to 44,608. With 28 more death cases, the total death toll becomes 610. 360 patients recovered in the last 24 hours. Total recovery as of today 9,375. [122]

31 May

A total of 2,545 new cases have been registered today. Total COVID-19 cases raised to 47,153. With 40 more death cases, the total death toll becomes 650. 406 patients recovered in the last 24 hours. Total recovery as of today 9,781. [123]

June

1 June

A total of 2,381 new cases have been registered today. Total COVID-19 cases raised to 49,534. With 22 more death cases, the total death toll becomes 672. 816 patients recovered in the last 24 hours. The total number of recoveries in the country crossed 10,000 marks. Total recovery as of today 10,597. [124]

2 June

Bangladesh crossed 50,000 marks with a record of 2,911 new affected cases in a single day. The total number of coronavirus affected cases in Bangladesh is 52,445. With 37 more death cases, the death toll increased to 709. 523 patients recovered in the last 24 hours. Total recovery as of today 11,120. [125]

3 June

A total of 2,695 new cases have been registered today. Total COVID-19 cases raised to 55,140. With 37 more death cases, the total death toll becomes 746. 470 patients recovered in the last 24 hours. Total recovery as of today 11,590. [126]

4 June

A total of 2,423 new cases have been registered today. Total COVID-19 cases raised to 57,563. With 35 more death cases, the total death toll becomes 781. 571 patients recovered in the last 24 hours. Total recovery as of today 12,161. [127]

18 June

Bangladesh crossed 100,000 marks with 3,803 new affected cases in a single day. The total number of coronavirus affected cases in Bangladesh is 102,292. With 38 more deaths, the death toll becomes 1,343. The total number of recoveries in the country crossed 40,000 marks. Total recovery as of today 40,164.

19 June

A total of 3,243 new cases have been registered today. The total number of coronavirus affected cases in Bangladesh is 105,535. With 45 more deaths, the death toll becomes 1,388. 2,781 patients recovered in the last 24 hours. Total recovery as of today 42,945.

20 June

A total of 3,240 new cases have been registered today. The total number of coronavirus affected cases in Bangladesh is 108,775. With 37 more deaths, the death toll becomes 1,425. 1,048 patients recovered in the last 24 hours. Total recovery as of today 43,993. Three Bangladeshi cricketers Mashrafe Mortaza, Nafees Iqbal and Nazmul Islam were all confirmed to have reportedly tested positive for COVID-19. [128] [129]

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Timeline of the COVID-19 pandemic in India (January–May 2020) Sequence of major events in ongoing COVID-19 viral pandemic in India

The following is the timeline of the COVID-19 pandemic in India from January 2020 through May 2020.

COVID-19 pandemic in Assam Ongoing COVID-19 viral pandemic in Assam, India

The first case of the COVID-19 pandemic in the Indian state of Assam was reported on 31 March 2020. As of 26 January 2021, the Government of Assam has confirmed a total of 89,468 positive cases of COVID-19 including 67,641 recoveries, three migrations and 234 deaths in the state. The state's as well as northeast's largest city, Guwahati, has been worst affected by coronavirus.

COVID-19 pandemic in South Asia Epidemiology of COVID-19 pandemic in Southern Asia

Countries and territories in South Asia have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. The first South Asian country to report a confirmed case was Nepal, which documented its first case on 23 January 2020, in a man who had returned from Wuhan on 9 January. As of 2 July, at least one case of COVID-19 has been reported in every country in South Asia. Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Pakistan and Maldives have implemented lockdowns, Sri Lanka has responded with quarantine curfews while India and Nepal have declared a country-wide lockdown. Countries have also instituted various levels of restrictions on international travel, some countries have completely sealed off their land borders and grounded most international flights.

This article documents the timeline of transmission of COVID-19 during the COVID-19 pandemic in New Zealand. All of the following dates and times are in New Zealand Time; NZST (UTC+12) starts on the first Sunday in April while NZDT (UTC+13) starts on the last Sunday in September. Data about the previous day is extracted from the Institute of Environmental Science and Research's (ESR) database at 9:00 am daily and is publicly released by the Ministry of Health around 1:00 pm. Starting from late December 2020, data is released every three days instead.

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