A sharp rise in Covid-19 cases and deaths in districts bordering India and in capital Dhaka has prompted Bangladeshi authorities to impose strict restrictions on movement and public transport, triggering public suffering and hampering church activities. Bangladesh has seen a sudden spike in cases and deaths in the past week as health experts warn of a potentially deadlier third wave of the pandemic in the South Asian country. The country recorded 6,058 cases and 81 deaths on June 24, the highest figure in 72 days, amid a constantly rising number of cases and deaths as well as a nearly 20 percent positivity rate.
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