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Bangladesh has achieved success in curbing Covid-19: Health Minister

Today, Zahid Maleque, Health Minister, said that Bangladesh has succeeded in controlling coronavirus whereas many other countries including India, UK, and USA have not. The health minister stated that there was no cause of death from lack of oxygen in India, but India did. He spoke as the chief guest at an orientation program for newly-recruited junior consultants (Anesthesiology), held at Dhaka’s Osmani Memorial Auditorium. According to him, the number of Covid-19-related infections in Bangladesh has been declining. He said that infection can recur if the health guidelines aren't followed. "Covid-19 is under control in the country now. He said that it was impossible to achieve this feat with magic. It took all the efforts of doctors and everyone else." The minister stated that educational institutions have reopened as the situation improved. He also said that Bangladesh's financial conditions had significantly improved. Minister said that the country has a shortage i

Coast guards seize 2 geckos

The Bangladesh Coast Guard Outpost Naliyan carried out a raid in Mistripara, Gunari village, under Sutarkhali union of Dakop upazila in Khulna district on Monday morning and arrested a man who was in possession of two rare Tokay geckos. The one of the geckos is 365g and measures 16 inches in length, while the other is 355g and measures 14 inches in length. According to a press release, Mrityunjay (47) was the arrested smuggler. The Nalian Forest Office received the geckos and detainee for legal action. https://desertadventuregroup.com/ https://qualitybilliards.com/ https://www.losangelesusedcars.com/ https://www.kellerusedcar.com/ Tree felling, bird killing at RMCH protested Rajshahi Environmental Body protested Monday against the destruction of trees and killing of Asian openbill Storks and their chicks at Rajshahi Medical College Hospital. They demanded an investigation into the incident, as well as punishment for those responsible. To press their demands, fifty activists form