According to the epidemic data released by Bangladesh health department on August 12 in Dhaka, 2995 new confirmed cases were added within 24 hours, with a total of 266498 confirmed cases; 42 new deaths were added, with a total of 3513 deaths; 1117 new cured cases were added, with a total of 153089 cured cases. < / P > < p > Bangladesh first reported new confirmed cases in early March, and 4019 new confirmed cases were reported on July 2, which set the highest number of new cases in a single day since the outbreak of the epidemic in the country. Since then, the number of new cases per day has declined, and recently has remained below 3000. < / P > < p > in late April, the Bangladesh government began to gradually relax control and allow factories and shops to resume work and open their doors on the premise of complying with the relevant epidemic prevention requirements. The Bangladeshi government recently announced that the existing prevention and control measures will last until August 31, including requiring local shops to close before 20 o’clock every day; people should wear masks, keep social distance and comply with epidemic prevention requirements when they go out; if there is no special reason, people should stay in their homes from 22 o’clock every day to 5 o’clock the next day; according to the severity of the epidemic, the urban areas will be divided into red, yellow and green areas, which are not suitable for the epidemic Strict epidemic prevention management was implemented in red areas with serious epidemic situation.