Expanding by twofold in the range of 24 hours, Covid-19 energy rate has hit around 28% in Chattogram today.
A sum of 550 cases have been recognized out of 1,983 examples tried till 12am – – putting the pace of inspiration at 27.73%. Number of cases is the most elevated in a day in the locale in five months.
Prior on August 13 last year, a sum of 616 cases were identified in Chattogram.
Of the present positive cases, 362 were from the city and 188 were from various upazilas, said Dr Elias Chowdhury, common specialist of Chattogram.
The rate was 12.29% yesterday while it was 14.52% on Friday and 10.26% on Thursday.
Notwithstanding, the uplifting news is no tolerant passed on today except for the disturbing matter is that number of patients has expanded enormously in country regions.
A sum of 188 cases have been recognized in upazilas today while the number was 21 yesterday, 33 on Friday and 34 on Thursday.
In any case, most patients show gentle indications while numerous others are asymptomatic, said specialists.
This reporter visited Chattogram General Hospital yesterday where he ran over various patients who went there for testing.
Trishna Bhattacharjee, an inhabitant of Rahamatganj region, said as she felt body hurt and runny nose seven days prior, she went for Covid-19 testing and the outcome came good.
"I felt good following three days in home segregation thus today I have come to test again to know whether I actually have Covid-19," she said.
Dr Abdur Rob, senior expert of medication and head of Covid19 ward at Chattogram General Hospital, said albeit number of cases has expanded colossally, a large portion of them show gentle manifestations.
Number of patients conceded in emergency clinics are not many contrasted with identified cases.
Dr Sheik Fazle Rabbi, administrator of Chattogram General Hospital, said only 26 patients were conceded in 100-bed Covid1-9 ward in the clinic today.
An aggregate of 64 patients were conceded to Covid-19 ward at CMCH yesterday, said Dr Aftabul Islam, agent head of CMCH.
In Chattogram, an aggregate of 40 patients were conceded to Ma Shishu o General Hospital, said sources.
General Health master and head of Bangladesh Institute of Tropical and Infectious Diseases Laboratory Prof Dr Shakeel Ahmed figured Omicron variation may be at risk for fast expanding of contamination rate.
Dr Shakeel held the absence of mindfulness in keeping wellbeing rules answerable for expanding pace of disease both in city and provincial regions.