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2020 coronavirus pandemic in Bangladesh
DiseaseCOVID-19
Virus strainSARS-CoV-2
LocationBangladesh
First outbreakWuhan, Hubei, China
Index caseDhaka
Arrival date8 March 2020
(3 weeks and 4 days)
Confirmed cases57[1]
Recovered27[1]
Deaths
8[1]
Official website
corona.gov.bd

The 2019–20 coronavirus pandemic was confirmed to have spread to Bangladesh on March 2020. The first three known cases were reported by the country's Institute of Epidemiology, Disease Control and Research (IEDCR) on 7 March 2020.[2] As of 29 March 2020, the Government of Bangladesh has confirmed testing 1185 samples among which there is a total of 48 confirmed cases, 15 recoveries, and 5 deaths in the country.[3] The low number of positive cases and deaths were attributed to low testing in comparison to neighbouring countries (until 29 March Bangladesh had conducted only 1085 testing against 27,688 in India, 14,336 in Pakistan).[4]

Experts criticised that not enough tests were conducted in the country that has a population of over 160 million.[4][5] Newspaper reports and social media continued to report about additionals deaths of patients with COVID-19 symptoms. Some of the deceased were treated at COVID-19 isolation centres at hospitals in the districts and others were denied treatment, though no tests were conducted to confirm contagion.[6] For a long time, testing was centralised to only Institute of Epidemiology, Disease Control and Research (IEDCR) in the capital Dhaka, although patients with symptoms were reported all around the country.[7]

On 22 March, Bangladesh declared a 10-day shut down effective from 26 March to 4 April .[8]

A series of hotline numbers, email address and the Facebook page of the Institute of Epidemiology, Disease Control and Research (IEDCR) are provided for people to contact if they suspect Covid-19 infection or need more information.[9]

Timeline

COVID-19 cases in Bangladesh  ()
     Deaths        Active cases and recoveries
Date
# of cases
# of deaths
2020-03-07
1(n.a.)
2020-03-08
3(+200%)
2020-03-09
3(=)
2020-03-16
6(+100%)
2020-03-17
8(+33%)
2020-03-18
8(=) 1(+)
2020-03-19
11(+38%) 1(=)
2020-03-20
14(+27%) 1(=)
2020-03-21
24(+71%) 2(+1)
2020-03-22
27(+14%) 2(=)
2020-03-23
33(+22%) 3(+1)
2020-03-24
39(+18%) 4(+1)
2020-03-25
44(+13%) 5(+1)
2020-03-26
44(+0%) 5
2020-03-27
48(+9%) 5
Sources: [10][11][12]

January

On January 22, the authorities at Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport (HSIA) in Dhaka reported that they had put the airports on alert to prevent the spread of coronavirus in Bangladesh by screening travellers from China, where the virus had at that time infected nearly 300 people and killed six persons. The airport claimed to turn on its thermal scanner to scan passengers to detect any infection in passengers travelling from China.[13] A.H.M. Touhid-ul Ahsan, director of the main Shahjalal International Airport, said doctors at the airport would look for fevers, coughs, breathing difficulties and sore throats. The country's Institute of Epidemiology, Disease Control and Research were to be notified of any passengers with symptoms for further examination, he said.[14]

On January 31, a special flight of Biman Bangladesh Airlines with special quarantine, three physicians, a nurse and required medical equipment on board flew to Wuhan, China to evacuate stranded Bangladeshi citizens.[15]

February

On February 1, 312 Bangladeshi citizens (297 were adults and 15 children) stranded in Wuhan, China were evacuated and brought back to Bangladesh. Most of the Bangladeshis were students and PhD researchers at different universities in the Hubei province in China where their provincial government launched multiple screening tests before allowing them to get on board the plane. Majority of the evacuees were quarantined for 14 days at the Hajj Camp in Ashkona in Dhaka and some at the Combined Military Hospital before being released two weeks later.[16][17] None of these returnees from Wuhan China were tested positive for coronavirus.[18][19]

On February 2, the government of Bangladesh decided to suspend on-arrival visas for Chinese visitors [20] The Chittagong port also announced that as a precautionary measure to prevent the spread of coronavirus from the ships that bring goods from around the world, the port health officer would examine all sailors of the ships coming from the East Asian countries.[21]

March

March 8

  • On 8 March, the first three coronavirus cases were confirmed.[22] The IEDCR director Prof. Meerjady Sabrina Flora announced at a press conference that 2 men and 1 woman 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.[22]
  • 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 March 17 to avoid public gatherings.[23]

March 16

On 16 March, Flora stated that an additional 3 COVID-19 patients had been detected in Bangladesh, including 2 children.[24] 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.[25][26]

March 17

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.[citation needed]

March 18

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.[27]

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.[28][29]

Till date, there were a total of 341 individuals tested among whom there were 48 known positive cases, 1 reported death, and 3 recoveries.[30]

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.[31][32][33][5]

March 19

  • As of March 19, a total of 397 individuals have been tested since January 21, 2020. Among all those tested, there was a total of 17 positive cases, 3 recoveries and 1 death.
  • 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.
  • Bangladesh imposed its first lockdown at Shibchar, Madaripur. From 8PM, 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.[34][35]

March 20

  • As of March 20, 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.[3]
  • 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.[3] 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.[36]
  • The Daulatdia brothel, one of the largest brothels in the world was ordered to shut down.[37]
  • 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.[38]

March 21

  • As of March 21, a total of 433 individuals have been tested among which there is a total of 24 positive cases, 3 recoveries and 2 deaths.[3]
  • 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.[3]
  • The second coronavirus death in Bangladesh was announced.[39] 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.[40] Following his death at the nearby Delta Medical Hospital, the authorities locked down the Tolarbagh neighbourhood of Mirpur, Dhaka.[41]

March 22

  • As of March 22, a total of 564 individuals have been tested among which there is a total of 27 positive cases, 5 recoveries and 2 deaths.[3]
  • 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.[3] Among them, was a 30 year old doctor, who treated the patient who died on March 20.[42]
  • Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSC exam) which was going to begin on 1 April got postponed until further notice.[43]

March 23

  • As of March 23, a total of 620 individuals have been tested among which there is a total of 33 positive cases, 5 recoveries and 3 deaths.[3] Among those tested positive, 2 are under 10, 1 is between 10–20, 9 between 21–30, 9 between 31–40, 5 between 41–50, 1 between 51–60, 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.[44]
  • 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.[3] Among the 6 new cases (3 males, 3 females), one  is a physician, two are nurses, and two recently arrived from India and Bahrain.[45]
  • The third known coronavirus-related death was announced.[44] 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.[46]
  • 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.[47] It was also announced that the armed forces will be deployed on March 24 to facilitate prevention of spread of coronavirus.[48]

March 24

  • As of March 24, a total of 712 individuals have been tested among which there is a total of 39 positive cases, 5 recoveries and 4 deaths.[3]
  • 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.[49]
  • 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.[3][50][49]
  • The government announced a 10-day ban on all passenger travel via water, rail, and domestic air routes from  March 26 till April 4.[51]
  • 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.[52][53]

March 25

  • As of March 25, a total of 794 individuals have been tested among which there is a total of 39 positive cases, 5 recoveries and 5 deaths.[3]
  • 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.[3]
  • 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 March 18 and was receiving treatment in a hospital. When the patient's condition deteriorated, s/he was admitted to the Kuwait Friendship Hospital on March 21. The patient, who also had diabetes and hypertension, succumbed to death in the morning of March 25.[54]
  • All domestic flights were suspended.[55]

March 26

  • As of March 26, a total of 920 individuals have been tested among which there is a total of 44 positive cases, 11 recoveries and 5 deaths.[3]
  • 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.[3][56] Among them, two are between 30 and 40, two between 40 and 50, and one is over 60.[57] According to a newspaper report, an officer working at the Ministry of Health was one of those who tested positive.[58]
  • 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.[59]
  • This was the first day of the 10-day shutdown that the government announced to contain the spread of coronavirus.[60][61]

March 27

  • As of March 27, a total of 1026 individuals have been tested among which there is a total of 48 positive cases, 11 recoveries and 5 deaths.[3]
  • 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.[3] 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.[62][63][64][42]
  • 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).[56]
  • 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.[62][65][66][67]
  • Biman Bangladesh announced that it would suspend all domestic and international flights from March 30 till April 7. The airlines will operate its flights to London and Manchester on March 29 and fly back to Dhaka on March 30.[68]
  • Despite lockdown, Muslims across the country were reported to have joined the Jumah prayer at the mosques on Friday.[69][70]
  • Bangladesh received medical supplies including 30,000 Covid-19 testing kits from Jack Ma Foundation founded by Alibaba Group's founder.[71][72]

March 28

On March 28, 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.[73][74]

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

However, experts claim that a large number of people remain undetected due to inadequate testing.[75]

March 29

On March 29, 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).[76]

Till date, there were a total of 1095 individuals tested among whom were 48 known positive cases, 5 reported deaths, and 15 recoveries.[77]

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 centres at hospitals in the districts and others were denied treatment.[78][6]

March 30

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.[79]

March 31

On March 31, 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 (BITID), Dhaka Shishu Hospital, icddr,b, and AFIP. Till date, there were a total of 1602 individuals tested among whom were 51 known positive cases, 5 reported deaths, and 25 recoveries.[80]

The reality of low number of tests still remains as a concern among many in the country.[81][82]

April

April 1

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 case was identified in the last 24 hours,This takes the number of deaths from Covid-19 to six and infected to 54 in the country.[83]

April 2

On April 2,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 the other is between 70-80. According to DGHS, there were no new deaths from COVID-19 in the last 24 hours. [84]

Statistics

Cases in Bangladesh as reported by Institute of Epidemiology, Disease Control and Research (IEDCR) [85][failed verification]
In the last 24 hours Notes
Date Total Tested till 2020-01-21 Total Cases Total Deaths Total Recovered Newly Tested New Cases New Deaths Newly Recovered
2020-03-07 111[86] 0 0 0 0
2020-03-11 142[87] 3 0 2 0
2020-03-12 163[88] 3 0 2 0
2020-02-13 187[89] 3 0 2 0
2020-03-14 211[90] 5 0 3 0
2020-03-15 231[91] 5 0 3 0
2020-03-16 241[92] 8 0 3 0 0
2020-03-17 277[93] 10 0 2 0 0
2020-03-18 351[30] 14 1 3 10 4 1 1 Three males were returnees from Italy and Kuwait while the female was a family member of a foreign returnee
2020-03-19 397 17 1 3 46 3 0 0 Two male cases are returnees from Italy and the female is a family member
2020-03-20 433 20 1 3 36 3 0 0
2020-03-21 433*

(Check Note)

24 2 3 36*

(Check note)

4 1 2 First death from community transmission [44] *Government press releases from both 2020-3-20 and 2020-3-21 state that 'total number of individuals tested for COVID-19 till date' is 433 and 'number tested in last 24 hours' is 36. These are likely errors.
2020-03-22 564 27 2 5 27 3 0 0 New cases include a doctor who treated the patient who died on March 20.[42]
2020-03-23 620 33 3 5 56 6 1 0 New cases characteristics: 3 males, 3 females; 23 healthcare workers, and two returnees from India and Bahrain. New death caused by community transmission.
2020-03-24 712 39 4 5 92 6 1 0 New positives include returnee from Saudi Arabia and 4 locals with epidemiological link. The death of the female was related to community transmission
2020-03-25 794 39 5 5 82 0 1 6
2020-03-26 920 44 5 11 126 5 0 0
2020-03-27 1026 48 5 11 106 4 0 0
2020-03-28 1076 48 5 15 47 0 0 4

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