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COVID-19 creates panic not only in China but also in developing countries like Bangladesh because it is a pandemic. More than 8.06 million cases and 440290 deaths were caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus in 216 countries. There are no approved vaccines or antiviral drugs for the disease, and therefore the most effective measures are non-therapeutic interventions to control the spread of the virus. Beyond the dissemination of the disease itself, the COVID-19 pandemic has major consequences, including economical, cultural, and social impacts. The effect of coronavirus would prevent about 24 million people in eastern Asia and the Pacific alone from avoiding hunger. Bangladesh has sufficient limitations to limit the spread of the virus and there is a lack of information among rural communities about the crisis. Therefore the consequences of Corona issue will slow down the development, jobless in many sectors, and major economic crisis.
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