Another Bangladeshi student, who returned from China on Sunday morning, was shifted to Kurmitola General Hospital from Rangpur on Monday noon.
The student is Alamin, son of Rezaul Islam, a resident of Madanpur in Kaliganj upazila of the district.
Dr Narayan Chandra, Assistant Professor of Medicine Department of Rangpur Medical College Hospital said Alamin was shifted to the Kurmitola General Hospital for necessary tests.
Early Monday, the ailing student was hospitalised around midnight and kept at the Corona Unit of the isolation ward of RMCH.
Alamin, who studied at a private university in China, landed at Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport at 7am. He went home after medical checkup at the airport.
He was later taken to the hospital at night after he complained of vomiting and sickness.
China returnee student Tajbid Hossain, 25, son of Altaf Hossain of Mirzaganj village in Domarupazila of Nilphamari district, was admitted to RMCH on Saturday morning with fever and respiratory problems.
His blood and other samples were tested in Dhaka and found no infection of coronavirus, said Dr Narayan Chandra.Tajbid returned home on January 29.
Novel coronavirus, which originated in China’s Hubei province, has spread to two dozen countries and claimed more than 900 lives until Sunday. More than 40,000 cases have been reported so far, mainly in China.
Dhaka has confirmed that a Bangladeshi worker in Singapore has been infected with coronavirus.