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A Review on the Novel Coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) in Bangladesh; Challenges and Initiatives

Version 1 : Received: 9 September 2020 / Approved: 12 September 2020 / Online: 12 September 2020 (15:28:26 CEST)

How to cite: Riajul Islam Sardar, M.; Shamim Hasan, M.; Mahmud, M. A Review on the Novel Coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) in Bangladesh; Challenges and Initiatives. Preprints 2020, 2020090274 (doi: 10.20944/preprints202009.0274.v1). Riajul Islam Sardar, M.; Shamim Hasan, M.; Mahmud, M. A Review on the Novel Coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) in Bangladesh; Challenges and Initiatives. Preprints 2020, 2020090274 (doi: 10.20944/preprints202009.0274.v1).

Abstract

Since the first coronavirus patient was identified in Bangladesh on March 8, the most controversial issue is about the exact level of the infection in Bangladesh. Conformity with the population density the number of COVID-19 tests is inadequate. As the number of tests increases, so does the number of infections, making it difficult to predict the spread of COVID-19 in Bangladesh. In this case, the unplanned initiatives are particularly responsible in other for unplanned measures, lack of public awareness, and lack of proper knowledge. In this case, the Ministry of Health has made three major mistakes, three important features of the medical system in Bangladesh have been mentioned. It is more effective to prevent COVID-19 by isolating the infected person by further testing COVID-19 until effective treatment is available and to provide adequate and effective masks and personal protective equipment (PPE). In this case, the COVID-19 testing kit invention has received a good response in many countries of the world. This study focuses on the comprehensive data verification, selection, and evaluation of COVID-19 in Bangladesh and its implications for the future, what to do to address and prevent the COVID-19 challenge, and effective treatment against the coronavirus (COVID-19). It is hopeful that the discussion of the material mentioned in this research paper will help to strike a balance between the government, citizens, and experts which will be feasible in improving the current situation in COVID-19 Bangladesh and reducing its severity.

Subject Areas

COVID-19, Bangladesh, Challenges, Initiatives, Controversial issue

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