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Corona detection rises to 21.66pc

19 October 2022

Chattogram Bureau :
In the last 24 hours in Chattogram, 17 more people have been found infected with coronavirus. The detection rate is 21.66 per cent. But at the same time no one died of coronavirus.
Earlier on Monday in Chattogram, the Civil Surgeon’s office said that 25 people were found to be infected with the corona virus. This information was revealed in the report published by Chattogram District Civil Surgeon office on Tuesday.
It is also known in the report that after testing 75 samples in 8 labs in Chattogram, 17 people were found to be infected with coronavirus. Among the victims, 11 are residents of the city and six are residents of different upazilas.
So far, 1 lakh 29 thousand 361 people have been diagnosed with corona in Chattogram. Among them, 94 thousand 324 people live in the city. The rest are from different upazilas.
A senior official at SaifPowertech, the terminal operator at Chattogram port’s Newmooring Container Terminal (NCT) yard, said that on condition of anonymity that the gantry crane that the vessel hit has been in operation since the accident. After the accident, the Chattogram Port Authority formed a committee with workshop manager Mustafa Iqbal as its head.  After the formation of the committee, P&I Club Haul and Machinery started working to assess the damage to the gantry crane. But the company withdrew after receiving no response from the port authority on damage assessment. Chattogram Port Authority Secretary M Omar Farooq told that the ship will remain detained until the claim is settled. The matter will be settled on the basis of the report of the committee formed by the port.

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