Former director general of DGHS Nurul Anwar dies from Covid-19

Sun Online Desk

5th July, 2020 02:39:20 printer

Former director general of DGHS Nurul Anwar dies from Covid-19

AKM Nurul Anwar, former director-general of health department and renowned professor of pharmacology, died of coronavirus infection at a hospital in the capital on Sunday noon.

He breathed his last at Anwar Khan Modern Medical College Hospital while undergoing treatment at around 12:30 pm.

Joint Secretary of Foundation for Doctors Safety Rights and Responsibility (FDSR) Dr Rahat Anwar Chowdhury confirmed the matter to media.

Nurul Anwar was the former professor & HOD of Pharmacology at Chattogram Medical College Hospital (CMCH) and former principal and HOD of Pharmacology at Ibrahim Medical College.

With this, 61 doctors have died of Covid-19 in the country so far and eight more had died with coronavirus symptoms, Dr Rahat Anwar Chowdhury said.

 


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