Doctor Reza Chowdhury (Photo: Collected)
Bangladeshi doctor Reza Chowdhury has died after being infected with the Corona virus in New York.
He breathed his last at the North Shore University Hospital on Long Island, New York, on Wednesday (April 8) at 9:30 pm.
It was reported that he had a chamber at 5 Westchester Avenue adjacent to the New York Parkchester subway. He also regularly served patients in the chamber during the disaster. Dr. Reza is an infection pathologist. For more than 20 years he practiced regularly in the city of Bronx, New York.
On the same day, a Bangladeshi Bangladeshi farmer named Shahana Talukder Akhie died of the corona virus. He died while undergoing treatment at Long Island Hospital in New York. Agriculture Secretary MM Mizanur Rahman said this information.
In addition, the presence of coronas has been detected in the body of five more people. In the United States, 1 in 5 Indians who died of coronary disease are men. The rest is a woman. Of those who died, nine were from New York and New Jersey. Four of them are taxi drivers in New York City. A Florida citizen
While everyone was appalled at the news of Corona being attacked in New York before the lockdown was issued, the residents did not attend any awareness, publicity or preparation. There are several hundred Bangladeshi organizations in New York. Many of the organizations have held meetings in restaurants and restaurants, from the campaign to the election together, even during the outbreak of coronation. As a result, many people are thought to be paying the wrong fee.