Dhaka: Although the coronavirus outbreak (Covid-19) has stopped worldwide, the virus has not been identified in some lucky countries.
Although coronavirus (Covid-19) has been found in at least 17 countries worldwide, the virus has not been identified in several countries.
According to Al Jazeera, Kiribati, Marshall Islands, Micronesia, Nauru, North Korea, Palau, Samoa, Solomon Islands. Solomon Islands, Tonga, Turkmenistan, Tuvalu, Vanuatu Fortunately no one has been diagnosed with the corona virus.
Meanwhile, like many countries in the world, Bangladesh is also a victim of Corona terror. On Saturday (July 17) at half past noon in the regular online health bulletin related to the corona virus, Director General of the Additional Ministry of Health, Prof. Dr. Nasima Sultana said 34 more people had died in the country in the past 24 hours due to the corona virus. As many as two thousand 561 people have died because of this. The number of victims has exceeded two lakhs.
Bangladesh time is 0013, July 19, 2020
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A German federal court said Tuesday that it had rejected an Iraqi asylum seeker application that was denied his conviction for raping and killing a 14-year-old local Jewish girl.
Ali Bashar was sentenced to life imprisonment by the Wiesbaden state court in July after a four-month trial in a case that sparked tensions about migration.
The judge, Juergen Bonk, also found the crime to be very severe, which meant that Bashar would not be given parole after 15 years as is usually the case in Germany.
Bashar committed “a cold-blooded murder” and pointed out “no remorse or,” the presiding judge said, adding that during his trial the defendant “did not voice sincere words of remorse”.
Bashar, who was 21 years old at the time of the murder, was convicted of assaulting and killing Susanna Feldman in Wiesbaden in May 2018.
The Iraqi man beat, raped and strangled the schoolboy to death in a wooded area near the railroad tracks on May 23.
The court heard he later sent a fake message from Susanna’s smartphone indicating that he had left for an impromptu trip to Paris. His body was only found on June 6 in a shallow grave covered with leaves, twigs and soil.
Bashar and his family suddenly left the house for asylum applicants in Germany after the killings, and he was later arrested by Kurdish forces in Iraq, handed over to German police officers and flown back to Germany.
Bashar is believed to have arrived in Germany in October 2015.
The Federal Court said it canceled Bashar’s appeal in the April 28 ruling. Among other objections to his belief, he argued that his return from Iraq was a “procedural obstacle.”
The Alternative Party for Germany (AfD) and other right-wing groups have captured the brutal murder of 14-year-old Susanna Maria Feldman in their campaign against Chancellor Angela Merkel’s asylum policy.
A 29-year-old woman suffering from a deadly disease died Sunday in Jerusalem due to complications from COVID-19, making her the youngest person to die of the corona virus in Israel.
The young woman was in a coma and had used a ventilator at Hadassah University Hospital, Ein Kerem since contracting the disease. Hospitals remain in full contact with their families because they cannot visit him in hospitals because of the infectious nature of the virus.
The Health Ministry said on Sunday that the number of deaths from the Israeli corona virus had reached 172, increasing 14 in 24 hours.
The latest victims of the disease also include a 71-year-old man, who died Sunday morning at the Poriya Medical Center in Tiberias. The hospital said the patient suffered from several health problems.
He was hospitalized on April 15 from the nursing home Nof Tiberias and is the second resident of the facility to give up on coronavirus. Six of the residents have been taken to a hospital in Tel Aviv for further treatment,
Poriya also said that an 85-year-old woman from Afula gave up on the virus in the early hours of Sunday morning.
Laniado Hospital in Netanya said one of his patients, a 96-year-old man who had been transferred from the Dorot Geriatric Center in the city, also died overnight.
In the northern community of Yavniel, the nursing home Yokra also announced that two of its inhabitants died from the virus overnight, bringing the total number of deaths to COVID-19.
So far, 64 people from 14 nursing homes and sheltered housing complexes have died in Israel due to the corona virus.
At Hadassah University Hospital, Ein Kerem, a 76-year-old patient who suffered from an underlying disease died on Sunday at the hospital’s special coronavirus ICU with his family by his side.
The hospital also said Sunday that two patients who had been sedated and used ventilators had taken respiratory assistance when their condition was stable.
The number of coronavirus patients on ventilators in hospitals across the country has also decreased.
Statistics show that there was a decrease in 9 ventilated patients compared to Saturday’s number – the lowest number in almost two weeks.
As of Sunday morning, the number of people in Israel infected with the virus reached 13,362, with 156 patients in serious conditions, of whom 109 needed respiratory assistance. The number of people recovering from this disease has risen to 3,564.
There has been an 11th decrease in the number of patients in serious condition and while there is a 1.95% increase in positive diagnoses compared to Saturday, the number of patients recovering is now greater than the number newly diagnosed.
Coronavirus cases confirmed by Israel rose to 10,095, the Ministry of Health reported Friday. The confirmed death from the virus also increased to 93.
Two of those killed were women, aged 86 and 84 years, who had been treated at Shaare Zedek Hospital, Jerusalem. The hospital said they both suffer from complex pre-existing conditions. Both are residents of the same residential facility in Jerusalem.
A third woman, in her 80s, died at Laniado Hospital in Netanya. A 90-year-old man, a resident of an old house in the northern city of Yavneel, died at the Hillel Yaffe Hospital in Hadera. Another woman, 85, died at the geriatric hospital in Jaffa.
Officials reported that 164 were in serious condition, with 125 on the ventilator. 178 other people are in moderate condition, with the rest having mild symptoms. And 1,061 have recovered from the disease.
A national lockout that prohibits inter-city travel was imposed on Tuesday ahead of the Easter holidays and lifted on Friday morning.
Separately, the curfew was maintained on the first night of the holiday on Wednesday, to prevent further spread of the virus, and was picked up at 7am on Thursday morning.
In recent days, officials have begun to discuss the possibility of reducing some restrictions later this month if infection rates continue to slow.
Walkthrough gate installed
LAHORE: To ensure the safety of employees and the general public, the Water and Sanitation Agency (Wasa) has installed a disinfection road gate at its headquarters.
The running gate was installed in the direction of Wasa’s Managing Director, Syed Zahid Aziz, who said that the safety and health of Wasa employees was his top priority. He revealed that Wasa with the help of private industry was also preparing special chemicals that would be used to disinfect the city from Coronavirus. He said that the chemical would also be used to spray people walking through the gates. He said he would be tested first to check the negative effects on the human body. He said the agency had placed 20 containers of hand washing in various points of the city and so far thousands of residents had washed their hands with chlorinated water in these washing places.