Shaheen Categorically said that of them 165 people are male, 164 are female and 48 are children and one of them is transgender.
Currently, 273 people, including 211 Rohingyas, receive medical treatment. Of them, 40 people are in critical condition.
A 45-year-old woman who entered the Rohingya camp last year contributed to the recent death toll.
The government official said the Bangladeshi were either diagnosed with HIV / AIDS or died of the disease was in the Middle East for work. It is believed that they became infected with the virus during their stay in the Middle East.
District Health Department officials said 20 Rohingyas were spotted with the virus after they came to Bangladesh while others had previously been informed of their infection Their stay in Myanmar
Boatman Zakir Hossain of Balukhali Rohingya said Prothom Alo that a few HIV / AIDS infected people remained in his camp.
A relative of an AIDS-infected person said most of them had been infected either during the blood transfusion or due to the use of the same needle.
According to the World Health Organization, civilian doctor Abdus Salam said one can not be investigated unless he agrees to do the medical test for HIV.
The number of HIV-infected people could be much higher among the Rohingyas once properly studied, he added.
He said the Ministry of Health is concerned about the matter.
Civil Society Platform, Cox's Bazar Banc Hao Andolan's Secretary-General, Attorney Ayasur Rahman, said this was certainly worrying.
He said that since it is a tourist center, it is possible to spread the virus throughout the country.
[Abdul Kuddus, Staff Correspondent at Cox’s Bazar, and Teknaf Correspondent, Gias Uddin, assisted in providing information]
* This piece is rewritten by Toriqul Islam in English.