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Covid cases, deaths at lowest level since May

24 September 2021


bdnews24.com :
Bangladesh has registered 24 new deaths from COVID-19 in a day, the lowest since May 27, taking the total toll to 27,337.
Another 1,144 people tested positive for the disease in the 24 hours to 8 am on Thursday, the lowest since May 29, as the COVID-19 caseload rose to 1,548,320, according to the latest government data.
Dhaka registered the most daily deaths and new cases among the eight divisions, logging 11 fatalities and 766 infections.
Nationwide, another 1,653 people recovered from the illness, bringing the total number of recoveries to 1,507,789.

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