CHATTOGRAM: Dr. Golam Mortuza Harun, former president of Bangladesh Medical Association (BMA), Chattogram, died of coronavirus on Friday. He was 69, reports UNB.
He breathed his last at around 3pm on Friday at CSCR hospital in Chattogram.He left behind wife, a son and a daughter to mourn his deaths.
Chevron Hospital’s general manager Pulak Parial said, on May 12, Dr. Golam Mortuza Harun tested positive for Covid-19. He tested negative on May 22 but his condition deteriorated due to lung infection.
Dr. AA Golam Mortuza was also the former president of Doctors Association of Bangladesh (DAB) in Chattogram and an advisor to the Chattogram Metropolitan BNP and the founding managing director of Chevron Clinical Laboratory.
In a statement, BNP vice chairman and former minister Abdullah Al Noman expressed deep shock at the death of Dr. Harun.