Despite an increase in new infections in several parts of the world, the total number of Covid cases is rapidly reaching 531 million..
As of Saturday morning, the total number of cases had increased to 530,920,131, with a death toll of 6,309,638 according to the most latest global estimates.
According to the data, there have been 85,699,847 instances in the United States, with 1,031,218 people dying as a result of the virus.
India’s Covid-19 tally surged to 43,147,530 on Friday, according to the latest health ministry figures, with 2,710 new cases registered in only 24 hours throughout the country.
Since Thursday morning, 14 pandemic deaths have been confirmed, increasing the total death toll to 524,539.
According to health officials, Bangladesh documented 23 new Covid cases in the 24 hours leading up to Friday morning, bringing the country’s total caseload to 1,953,379 cases.
The total number of people who died as a result of the pandemic stayed at 29,130 for the time period, with no new Covid deaths reported.
There were 28 new instances recorded around the country on Thursday, but no deaths.
According to the Directorate General of Health Services, the daily test positivity percentage reduced to 0.59 percent from 0.65 percent on Thursday after 3,899 samples were analysed (DGHS).
The death rate remained constant at 1.49 percent. 221 patients had recovered at this stage, bringing the overall recovery rate to 97.37 percent.
Only five Covid-related deaths and 1,114 new cases were registered in April, according to the DGHS, while 14,100 patients recovered.
Two of the five patients who died during that time were not vaccinated, while the other three had received two doses of the Covid vaccine.
Since the outbreak began in March 2020, the government has documented zero Covid deaths and 178 cases, including one on November 20 of last year.
On January 28, Bangladesh received its highest optimism rating of 33.37 percent.
On July 28, 2016, the country had the highest daily caseload of 16,230 cases, and the highest daily death rate of 264 on August 10 of the same year.