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Dhaka, August 9: After considering the overall situation, the Cabinet Division has issued a circular relaxing the existing strict restrictions to keep the country's economy afloat. The notification was issued on Sunday (August 8) afternoon. According to the notification, the restrictions will be relaxed from Wednesday, August 11, marking the reopening of government and private offices.
Dhaka, July 31: Bangladesh is lagging behind the rate at which 40 per cent of the country's population needs to administered both the doses of the Covid-19 vaccines this year. Bangladesh is also far behind in its plan of vaccinating 60 percent of the country's population by 2022, according to the report of a task force comprising the IMF, World Bank, World Health Organization and World Trade Organization to monitor immunization in the developing world.
Dhaka, July 27: Bangladesh's health authorities say they have set a deadline of next year to vaccinate 80 per cent of the country's 170 million people as part of a government campaign to control Covid-19.
Dhaka, Juy 19: If any irregularity is found in any of the sacrificial animal markets, the market will be closed. Dhaka North City Corporation Mayor Atiqul Islam made the remarks while inspecting a temporary cattle market at Bhatara (Said Nagar) and Badda Eastern Housing (Aftabnagar) Block-E, Section-3 on Sunday (July 18) at noon.
Dhaka, July 14: The Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) has expressed concern that if the restrictions are relaxed, the infection will increase. The spokesperson and line director of the department, Prof. Dr. Robed Amin, expressed this concern in the regular coronavirus bulletin on Wednesday (July 14) at noon. He said there is a risk of increase in infections and deaths in the aftermath of Eid.
Dhaka, July 8: Another 22 people have died in four hospitals in Khulna in the last 24 hours. Nine died at Khulna Corona Dedicated Hospital, eight at Gazi Medical College Hospital, two at Corona Unit of General Hospital and three at Abu Naser Hospital.
Dhaka, June 25: The National Technical Advisory Committee on Covid-19 has recommended a 14-day nationwide shutdown to prevent coronavirus infections, according to an official press release signed on Thursday (June 24) by the committee's chairman Prof. Mohammad Shahidullah.