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Dhaka, Oct 17: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has said that the government has given people free medical services as well as vaccinations to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
Dhaka, May 30: In the last 24 hours, 159 cases of coronavirus have been detected in Bangladesh. Among them, 139 residents of Dhaka city, 15 residents of Gazipur, 2 residents of Netrokona, 1 resident of Noakhali, 1 resident of Sirajganj and 1 resident of Sylhet district. However, there was no report of death due to corona during this time.
Dhaka, December 28: New restrictions have been announced in India's West Bengal to deal with Omicron, a new variant of the Coronavirus. In view of this, extra caution has been issued at Benapole International Checkpost in Bangladesh from Monday morning.
Dhaka, December 27: Due to Omicron's new sub-variant BF.7, the spread of coronavirus is again increasing in different countries. This sub-variant of Omicron has been identified in neighboring India. Because of this, there is also fear in Bangladesh. In this situation, the Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) has given instructions to strengthen the health screening of suspected passengers at land ports, seaports, and airports.
Dhaka, December 7: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said collective efforts of all are needed to ensure access to affordable insulin and other life-saving medicines for the poor. She said the Covid-19 pandemic has exposed many flaws in our global health system. We need to learn from that experience to tackle the disparities that can be even more deadly for diabetes and other NCDs (non-communicable diseases).
Dhaka, December 7: On December 20, the fourth dose of the anti-coronavirus vaccine will be given for the first time in the country. On that day, the fourth dose of the coronavirus vaccination program will begin on an experimental basis. Then this vaccination program will officially start from next January.
Dhaka, December 2: Mentioning that the people of the country will be given the fourth dose of corona vaccine, Health Minister Zahid Maleque said that those who are above 60 years of age will receive the fourth dose first. He said this at a function organized on the occasion of World AIDS Day at the Osmani Memorial Auditorium in the capital on Thursday (December 1).
Dhaka, December 2: The number of Covid-related fatalities in Bangladesh stands at 29,433 as no death due to coronavirus was reported in the country in the past 24 hours. With 12 new cases reported in the last 24 hours, the number of total identified Covid-19 cases has reached 20 lakh 36 thousand 597.
Dhaka, November 23: No death due to coronavirus has been reported in the country in the 24 hours from Monday 8 am to Tuesday 8 am. However, since the beginning of the pandemic, 29,431 people have died of corona in the country.
Dhaka, November 18: No one died of coronavirus in the country in the 24 hours from 8 am on Thursday to 8 am on Friday. So the total number of deaths remains unchanged at 29,430. At this time, 19 people have been diagnosed with coronavirus. As a result, the total number of identified patients stands at 20,36,325.
Dhaka, November 16: One person died in 24 hours from Tuesday 8 am to Wednesday 8 am across the country due to the coronavirus. With this, the death in the country has increased to 29,430 people.
Dhaka, November 15: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said that no one can stop the unstoppable progress of Bangladesh.
Dhaka, November 15: No one died in the 24 hours from Monday 8 am to Tuesday 8 am across the country due to the pandemic coronavirus. Meanwhile, 29 were identified during this time.
Dhaka, November 14: Two people died of Covid in 24 hours from 8 am on Sunday to 8 am on Monday. With this, 29,429 people died in Bangladesh due to coronavirus. At this time, 38 people have been diagnosed with the disease. The total number of identified patients stands at 20,36,204.
Dhaka, November 10: No one died of coronavirus in the country in the 24 hours from 8 am on Wednesday to 8 am on Thursday. As a result, the total death toll is 29,426. At the same time, 79 new cases of coronavirus were detected. With this, the total number of infected people stands at 20,36,061 people.