The country earlier witnessed the record high 231 COVID-10 deaths on July 19, while the highest 13,768 single-day cases on July 12.
Aaron Finch was ruled out of the remainder of the tour of the West Indies and Bangladesh due to a knee injury.
This will be the first time that the life-saving gas is destined for delievery outside the country.
It leveled the three-match series at 1-1 after dismissing Bangladesh for 143 in 19.5 overs at Harare Sports Club.
The government said everyone must stay indoors as offices, courts, garment factories and all other export-oriented industries will remain closed.
Naim struck an unbeaten 63 from just 51 balls, with six fours, while Sarkar hit two sixes and four fours in his 45-ball 50 which was ended by a fine piece of work by wicketkeeper Regis Chakabva.
Be-Nazir Ahmed, former chief of the government's Health Directorate said it will be "near impossible" to deal with the crisis if the situation worsens amid the existing scarcity of medical resources.
Bangladesh won the second one-day international against Zimbabwe by three wickets with five balls remaining to claim the series.
The attack comes two days after Bora, referring to some media reports revealing Pramanik's alleged Bangladesh nationality, wrote to PM Modi.
India and Bangladesh have seen a spurt in bilateral engagement of late with gifts being exchanged across the border and also a series of meetings between top leaders of the two countries.
Meanwhile, three ministers from Maharashtra held talks with Sabu at a virtual meeting.
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At Shimulia ferry station, some 70 kilometres (43 miles) from Dhaka, buses packed ferries and crowded the main riverfront, causing chaotic congestion.
It is suspected that they have associates in some districts of the state, a senior officer of the Special Task Force (STF) of the Kolkata Police said on Tuesday.
Bangladesh registered 230 new deaths from COVID-19 in a day, taking the total toll to 16,419, the spokesman said.