• Ahasan Ullah Khan Department of Entomology, Sylhet Agricultural University
  • Rumana Akter Sir Salimulah Medical College, Mitford, Babubazar Dhaka-1000, Bangladesh
  • Foyj Ullah Khan Department of Information and Communication Technology, Mawala Bhashani Science and Technology, Tangail-1902, Bangladesh
  • Shakhera Khanom Department of Information and Communication Technology, Mawala Bhashani Science and Technology, Tangail-1902, Bangladesh
  • Sarah Tasnim Department of Crop Genetics and Plant Breeding, Institute of Crop Science, Beijing, China
  • Anayat Ullah Khan Department of Mathematics, Jashore University of Science and Technology, Jashore-7408, Bangladesh
  • Ayesha Shiddika Afsana Department of Poultry Science, Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh-2202, Bangladesh
  • Bidyut Das Department of Pharmacology, Faculty of DVM, Sylhet Agricultural University, Sylhet-3100, Bangladesh



The novel coronavirus disease of COVID-19 is highly infested in the world and the first COVID-19 positive patient was on March 8, 2020 in Bangladesh. The aim of this study was related to the situation and relation of tests, infested, recovered, and death of people against COVID-19 of Bangladesh. The study was carried out from July 2021 to August 2021 (N=62 days) to observe the status of Bangladesh towards rampant COVID-19. Correlations were made using Spearman's rank correlation coefficient. The total tests, infection, recovered, and died were 5357294, 747761, 669995, and 11250; respectively in Bangladesh. The mean of tests, infested, recovered, and death of statistics was (35292.6452, and 38143.5806; 10856.2903, and 8101.0968; 8450.3871, and 11218.3871; 199.4194, and 177.7419) in July and August 2021. The percentage of COVID-19 tests, infested, recovered, and death was varied from (4.9244 to 1.0498 and 4.6754 to 2.0197; 4.4823 to 3.2699 and 6.3667 to 1.3367; 5.4725 to 1.4418 and 4.7810 to 1.1795; 4.1734 to 2.1352 and 4.7913 to 1.4519) July, and August in 2021. The positive correlation found between the date with the test, test with infested, recovered, and death of June 2021 by people where (R2= 0.0115, 0.6245, 0.0388 and 0.2917) and in August, the positive correlation found between the test with infested, recovered, and death (R2= 0.7099, 0.8988, 0.7211 and 0.6454) and the negative correlation found between tests with the date (R2= 0.6454). All the Spearman correlation was positive with moderate to strong relationships between the variables at the 0.01 level in two-tailed. The mean Spearman correlation for tests was 0.656 (0.551-0.758), for infested was 0.669 (0.433-0.818), for recovered was 0.564 (0.433-0.709), for death was 0.737 (0.685-0.818). More people infested and died in July-August, 2021 than the previous year. This study also indicated that there is moderate to strong relation among tests, infested, recovered, and death with COVID-19.


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How to Cite

Ullah Khan, A., Akter, R., Ullah Khan, F., Khanom, S., Tasnim, S., Ullah Khan, A., Shiddika Afsana, A., & Das, B. (2022). COVID-19: INCREASE THE INFESTATION AND DEATH RATE ON JULY-AUGUST 2021 IN BANGLADESH. Qubahan Academic Journal, 2(1), 14–23.




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