Bangladesh
  • Infection: 4,69,423
  • Recovery: 3,85,786
  • Death: 6,713

Source: IEDCR

World
  • Infection: 63,930,654
  • Recovery: 41,085,477
  • Death: 1,481,580

Source: Johns Hopkins University

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