COVID-19 and Bangladesh: Socio-Economic Analysis towards the Future Correspondence

Momotaj Begum, Md. Shaikh Farid, Mohammad Jahangir Alam, Swarup Barua
2020 Asian Journal of Agricultural Extension Economics & Sociology  
The COVID-19 has caused gigantic negative effects on populace wellbeing, society, education, and the economy in Bangladesh. The aim is to deliver a comprehensive overview of the observed and the possible impacts that could appear in the coming days. The study is based on secondary information. During the early period, due to a lack of accurate facts about the case affected and death tension up-and-down among the nations. The total number of confirmed cases is increasing following geometric
more » ... wing geometric patterns in Bangladesh. Dairy farmers, vegetable producers, pharmaceuticals, poultry farmers are in deep crisis due to lower prices. Also, the pandemic has seriously affected educational systems, banking, FDI, ready-made garments, remittances, etc. Finally, it is not possible to mitigate the effects of pandemic individually but the integrated effort from the state authority as well as concern people of all sectors need to come forward.
doi:10.9734/ajaees/2020/v38i930417 fatcat:ozan2kn2ubgqvewq3mm6hawrra