A report published in The Lancet, an internationally renowned health research journal, fears that the situation in Bangladesh could become uncontrollable. Citing some Bangladeshi experts, Sophie Cousins, an Australian award-winning South Asian writer, said in her report that the worst situation in Bangladesh has not yet arrived.
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The Lancet report expressed concern, saying it was raining on the one hand. Dengue on the other hand. Don't do it again. In such a situation, coronavirus infection can spread uncontrollably across Bangladesh. The Lancet report criticized the government for setting a fee for the corona test, citing experts in Bangladesh.
According to the report, after fixing the fee, the examination rate has come down to 0.6 per 1,000 people per day. In August, tests were performed at a rate of 0.6 per 1,000 people.
Shamim Talukder, head of the private research firm Eminence, told The Lancet that the epidemic had exposed Bangladesh's "unethical healthcare system".