The number of daily deaths from Covid-19 dropped to seven in the past 24 hours till 8am on Friday, showing a steady improvement in the country's Covid-19 situation.
Earlier, on 11 March, the country witnessed six Covid casualties but that was followed by a deterioration in daily fatalities.
Experts say vaccination must be ensured now to keep infections in check and only then the death rate will not rise again even if infection rates do.
Some 645 more people tested positive for the virus from 23,302 tests in the past 24 hours with the positivity rate declining to 2.77%.
With the latest figures, the total Covid death toll for the country reached 27,654 and the infection case tally increased to 15,61,463.
Recent national data shows Bangladesh is on the right path to Covid-19 recovery. Different international indices are also showing the country moving towards a speedy recovery.
Bangladesh has surpassed other South Asian countries in the latest Nikkei Covid-19 Recovery Index, reflecting the government's response and efforts in recovering from the pandemic.
The country has gone up 48 notches and ranks 26th globally in terms of recovery, according to the index released on Wednesday.
The index assesses 121 countries and regions based on infection management, vaccine rollouts, and social mobility, posting a score between 0 and 90 at the end of each month.
Bangladesh scored 60, which was the highest among six South Asian countries assessed in the recovery index.
Pakistan took second spot in the region with a score of 58.5 and ranked 33rd globally, while South Asia's largest economy, India, was third in the region and ranked 40th globally, followed by Nepal (ranked 44th) and Sri Lanka (61st).
The region's worst performer, Afghanistan, ranked 97th globally. Bangladesh was in the 74th position in the previous edition of the recovery index.
This index came after Bloomberg's Covid Resilience Ranking report on September 29, wherein Bangladesh also advanced five rungs to rank 39th among the world's largest 53 countries, indicating that the country's resilience to the deadly virus has strengthened.
Of the deaths reported on Friday, three died in Dhaka division and three in Chattogram division, while one person died in Rangpur division.
Also, 814 patients were declared free of Covid-19 during the last 24 hours, with a 97.51% recovery rate.
A gender breakdown of Covid-19 victims shows that 17,733 of all deceased across the country were men, and 9,921 were women.
The country's maiden cases were reported on 8 March last year and the first death from the virus was reported on 18 March.