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Dhaka, September 1: Health Minister Zahid Maleque said that Tk 45 thousand crore have been spent on corona vaccination. "Many countries do not offer free vaccinations. People there had to buy with money. We have given free vaccination to all people. This is possible because the Prime Minister is in power," he said as the chief guest at the inauguration ceremony of various health facilities in Comilla and six surrounding districts at Comilla District Civil Surgeon office on Thursday (September 1) around 12:30 noon.
Dhaka, June 4: Booster Dose Week of coronavirus vaccine has starting from today (Saturday) to prevent the Covid-19 infection. The mass vaccination program of booster dose will continue till June 10. At this time, more than one crore people across the country will be given the vaccine, according to the Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS).
Dhaka, February 14: Health Minister Zahid Maleque has said that 85 percent of Bangladesh's eligible population have been vaccinated against the coronavirus.
Dhaka, November 2: Coronavirus vaccination for 12 to 17-year-old students of schools and colleges has started on Monday. Initially, students are being vaccinated at eight school centers in Dhaka.
Dhaka, November 1: To prevent coronavirus, vaccination has been started for students between the ages of 12 and 17 in the country. The program was inaugurated at 9:30 am on Monday (November 1) at Motijheel Ideal School and College in the capital. Tahsan Hossain and Mahjabin Toma, two students of Ideal School and College, got the first coronavirus vaccine at the center. They are both ninth class students of the educational institution.
Dhaka, October 28: Thes second phase of the mass vaccination took place in the country on Thursday, where the second dose of the coronavirus vaccine was administered. The activity started at 9:00 am and continued till 3:00 pm.
Dhaka: Bangladesh PM Sheikh Hasina on Sunday congratulated her Indian counterpart Narendra Modi after his government administered one billion Covid-19 vaccine doses on Oct 21, 2021.
Dhaka, Ocotber 20: Bangladesh will administer three crore vaccine doses against the coronavirus every month from November. Health Minister Zahid Maleque said this at a discussion meeting on the occasion of Sheikh Russell's 58th birthday at Sheikh Russell National Gastroliver Institute and Hospital in Mohakhali on Tuesday (October 19).
Dhaka, October 1: Bangladesh has administered over 5,00,00,000 vaccine doses against the coronavirus, so far. A total of 5,02,45,255 doses of vaccine have been used, according to the Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS).
Dhaka, September 21: One crore coronavirus vaccines are coming to Bangladesh every month from different countries, and it will also come from India in October. State Minister for Shipping Khalid Mahmud Chowdhury said this while laying the foundation stone of Sri Sri Radhakrishna Mandir (Gouranga Ashram) at Biral Mangalpur in Dinajpur on Tuesday (September 21).
Dhaka, September 18: On the occasion of the 71st birthday of the Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi, the Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina sent congratulations and best wishes by sending 71 red roses. On Friday (September 17) morning, the Bangladesh High Commission in New Delhi sent a bouquet of roses to the Indian Prime Minister's Office on behalf of Sheikh Hasina.
Dhaka, September 16: By March-April, 24 crore doses of corona vaccine will be available from different sources. Foreign Minister Dr AK Abdul Momen told reporters after attending the 5th International Conference on Inclusive Business organized by the Dutch-Bangla Chamber of Commerce and Industry (DBCCI) in the capital on Wednesday.
Dhaka, September 15: Rangamati's Bilachhari Upazila Nirbahi Officer (UNO) Mohammad Mizanur Rahman and Upazila Health and Family Planning Officer Dr Rashmi Chakma are again taking coronavirus vaccine in a helicopter at Barathali Union in the remote hills. They are accompanied by three health workers. They left the helipad in the Kaptai Pani Bidyut area on Tuesday (September 14th) at around 9:45 am with the second dose of the vaccine in an Air Force helicopter.
Dhaka, September 13: Noting that there is no shortage of coronavirus vaccines in Bangladesh at the moment, Health and Family Welfare Minister Zahid Maleque said that 54 lakh vaccines had arrived earlier this month (September). In the rest of the month, another 1.5 crore vaccines will come to the country. He was speaking as the chief guest at the 'Joining and Orientation Program for Newly Appointed Physicians as Junior Consultant (Anesthesiology)' at the Osmani Memorial Auditorium on Nawab Abdul Gani Road in the capital on Sunday (September 12) at noon.
Dhaka, September 3: In between Wednesday and Thursday, 3,50,277 people were vaccinated against the coronavirus across the country. Among them, 1,99,025 people received the first dose, while 1,51,252 people were administred the second dose of the jab.