The day was 8.03.2020 when everything started to change in Bangladesh. The COVID-19 pandemic in Bangladesh is part of the worldwide pandemic of corona virus disease 2019 (COVID-19) confirmed three known cases were reported on 8 March 2020 by the country's epidemiology institute, IEDCR. Since then, the pandemic has spread day by day over the whole nation and the number of affected people has been increasing. Under this the government declared "lockdown" throughout the nation from 23 March to 30 May. Bangladesh reached two grim milestones of 160,000 cases and 2,000 deaths on 5 July and overtook France in terms of the number of cases two days later. As of 9 July 2020, there have been a total of 175,494 confirmed cases in the country, with 84,544 recoveries and 2,238 deaths. The Scenario during this pandemic was heterogeneous, contrasting and disquieting. From health awareness to working from home certain changes came in the daily lives during the lockdown at home,people who lives on daily earning bound to came on street for food and street people who passes their day and night under sky had no option of staying at home so stay safe is a sentence from the book for them .Government,people and voluntary organizations tried to support people with food.But after a shortwhile 90% of the people in this country who are involved in the informal economy and are dependent on their daily or monthly wage, with very little buffer of savings, assets, or social protection. Their economical,social condition become completely broke down during this pandemic. Already 3million worker lost their job 50000 family left capital permanently Medical experts feared that not enough tests were being conducted as less than 1% people came under testing. Covid patients mainly took treatment at home through doctor prescription and others in hospital under a poor capacity of ICU beds, oxyzen supplies and unhygienic environment.Over hundred thousands of non covid patient didn’t receive treatment not even a appointment of a doctor. Despite of All limitation and tribulations Bangladesh is dreaming to defeat COVID-19 one day through our all frontline fighters who are working day night long for the patients,for the people, for the country.