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Author Archives: Enamul Haque Renu

Finnish tourist collapses on Sylhet road

Photo : A citizen of Finland who collapses by the road at Mirboxtula in Sylhet city, has been taken to Sylhet Saheed Shamsuddin Ahmed Hospital for treatment. Sylhet Office : A citizen of Finland collapsed by the road this afternoon at Mirboxtula in Sylhet city. The person has been identified as Marku (45), a tourist from Finland staying at a ...

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Auto-rickshaw driver stabbed dead in Sylhet

Sylhet Office : A auto-rickshaw driver was stabbed to death in Raynagar area of Sylhet city on Saturday afternoon. The deceased was identified as Shahin Ahmed, 25. The reason of the murder could not be known immediately and police are yet to apprehend the culprits, said Sylhet Kotwali police station OC Selim Miah. After the incident, Shahin was rushed to ...

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Coronavirus: Testing rolled out for frontline NHS staff

Staff at the University Hospital of Wales in Cardiff carrying out a diagnostic test for coronavirus earlier this month Frontline hospital staff in England are starting to be tested to see whether they have coronavirus. Workers with symptoms and those who live with people who have symptoms will be checked – starting with hundreds of critical care doctors and nurses. ...

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Brent oil dives over 7% to lowest since 2003

Oil prices slumped anew on Friday with Brent North Sea crude plumbing a 17-year low owing to massive oversupply as the coronavirus crisis paralyses global demand. Around 1435 GMT, Brent for May delivery was down 7.33 percent from Thursday, at $24.41 a barrel. West Texas Intermediate fell 5.97 percent to $21.25. Oil has tanked in recent weeks on the back ...

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102-year-old Italian woman recovered from coronavirus

A 102-year-old woman has recovered from coronavirus in the northern Italian city of Genoa after spending more than 20 days in hospital, doctors who treated her and her nephew told CNN. “We nicknamed her ‘Highlander’ – the immortal,” said doctor Vera Sicbaldi, who treated Italica Grondona in the San Martino hospital in Genoa. “Italica represents a hope for all the ...

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US researchers are decontaminating N95 masks so doctors can reuse them

The N95 respirator masks that health care workers need to protect themselves while treating coronavirus patients are in dangerously short supply. So much so that physicians are wearing used respirators, risking infection to care for patients. But now, Duke University researchers have developed a method to clean them.The Duke Regional Biocontainment Laboratory team has already decontaminated hundreds of N95 respirators ...

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US confirmed coronavirus cases cross 100,000

The United States now has more than 100,000 confirmed cases of the new coronavirus, a tracker maintained by Johns Hopkins University showed Friday. There have been 100,717 cases including 1,544 deaths as of 6:00 pm Eastern time. The biggest cluster by far is in New York, home to almost half the cases, overwhelming the hospital system. The United States has ...

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No new coronavirus case reported in last 24 hrs: IEDCR

Urging people not to panic over coronavirus, Director of the Institute of Epidemiology, Disease Control and Research (IEDCR) Prof Meerjady Sabrina Flora said no new case of coronavirus infection was reported in the country in the last 24 hours till Saturday morning. “We’ve tested samples collected from 42 people and none of them were found positive so the total number ...

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Kareena Kapoor urges fans to ‘stay strong’ amid lockdown

Bollywood actress Kareena Kapoor Khan has been doing her bit to spread awareness and encourage people to stay at home amidst the Coronavirus lockdown. From sharing pictures of Saif Ali Khan and Taimur Ali Khan to dropping a glimpse of chilling at home, Kareena is making the best use of her newly made Instagram account.On Friday, the Laal Singh Chaddha ...

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Coronavirus Outbreak: Global death toll now 27,359

Photo :  A woman wearing a mask crosses the street in front of a mural about traffic accidents reading, “NOT ONE MORE DEATH” in the Brooklyn borough of New York. The death toll from novel coronavirus (COVID-19) reached 27,359 globally on Saturday morning. It has so far infected 597,185 people around the world, according to worldometer. Of the infected, 436,466 ...

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