Assalamu Alaikum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuhu.
Hope this issue will find you well and unaffected by any of the 5000 viruses including coronavirus. The outbreak of novel coronavirus that was first reported from Chinese city Wuhan on 31 December 2019. This is one of the human foes defined by World Health Organisation as COVID-19. The world including Bangladesh is seeing a couple of viruses emerging every year. Humans who come too closer to animals and birds which are notorious for carrying the viruses are getting infected with the disease. With the days passing by, the whole world is contacting newer and newer types of diseases. Distancing from the nature and moral values is increasingly exposing humanity to different types of dangers and their number is going up day by day. In old good days humanity used to be killed by a handy few diseases or animals or by humans. But the number has shot up to more than 55,000, according to International Classification of Diseases 11th Revision (ICD 11). Earlier humans had to keep off the snake, tiger, beer, lion and a couple of other groups of animals and insects. Now they have to stay cautious about over half a lakh dangers on the prowl around them. Surveillance with equipment or without equipment has gone up hand in hand with the spiking number of dangers.
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