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Hezafat-e-Islam leader Mamunul Haque placed on seven-day remand

Lockdown extended by seven more days

Case against Nur for saying 'those who support Awami League are not Muslims'

I understand there is a problem, but life first: Chief Justice

Covid patients dying quickly

Second dose of Covid vaccine from Apr 8

Dhaka, April 5: The second dose of coronavirus vaccine is starting on Thursday (April 8). This information was given by Cabinet Secretary Khandaker Anwarul Islam. He made the remarks at a cabinet meeting briefing at the Secretariat on Monday (April 5). The meeting was chaired by Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina.

Fighting COVID-19: President Hamid thanks Narendra Modi for gifting 3.2 million vaccines

Dhaka, March 26, 2021: President of Bangladesh Abdul Hamid thanked the Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi for gifting 32 lakh vaccines.

Bangladesh to manufacture Covid-19 vaccine: Zahid Maleque

Dhaka, March 9: Health Minister Zahid Maleque has said that coronavirus vaccine will be produced in the country. He said, "Under the direction of the Prime Minister, we have now started making plans to manufacture Covid-19 vaccine in the country. It will be made in the lab of the Directorate General of Drug Administration. Hopefully, this lab will get the approval of the World Health Organization (WHO) soon."

Will buy more vaccines to prevent coronavirus: PM Hasina

Dhaka, March 2: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has directed to ensure funding for buying more vaccines to prevent the coronavirus. She gave the directive at a meeting of the Executive Committee (NEC) of the National Economic Council on Tuesday (March 2nd). Planning Commission Secretary Mohammad Zainul Bari told reporters.

More than 9 lakh people vaccinated, 426 report side effects

Dhaka, February 15: More than 9,00,000 people have been vaccinated in the ongoing coronavirus vaccination program across the country. Among them are 6,26,469 males and 2,79,564 females. In addition, 426 people reported adverse event following immunization (AEFI) from January 27 to Sunday (February 14). 

Use masks, wash hands frequently even after vaccination: PM Hasina

Dhaka, February 9: Reiterating her call on the people to use masks when going out and washing their hands frequently, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said that everyone should abide by this hygiene rule even if they are vaccinated.

46,509 people vaccinated on the second day

Dhaka, February 9: Another 46,509 people were vaccinated on the second day of the ongoing vaccination program in the capital and across the country. Of these, 35,843 are males and 10,666 are females. In addition, 5,12,005 people have registered for vaccination through 'Suraksha App' till 6:30 pm on February 8.

Europe eagerly waiting for Covid-19 vaccines, we have imported them quickly: Law Minister

Dhaka, February 8: Like all over the country, coronavirus vaccination program has been inaugurated in Akhaura and Kasba upazilas of Brahmanbaria district. Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs Minister Advocate Anisul Huq inaugurated the program in two virtually separate upazilas via video conference on Sunday (February 7) at noon.

COVID-19 Vaccine: Over 3 lakh people register

Dhaka: Coronavirus (Covid-19) vaccination is being launched simultaneously in 1,005 hospitals across the country, including Dhaka, from Sunday (February 8).

COVID-19 vaccines reach 36 districts in Bangladesh

Dhaka, January 31, 2021: Vaccines have already been delivered in more than half of the districts across the country with the aim of starting vaccination against coronavirus on February 8.

Covid-19 vaccines transported in freezer vans

Dhaka, January 29: Preparations have begun to send vaccines for coronavirus from India- kept at Beximco's pharmaceutical factory in Tongi, Gazipur- to 34 districts. Beximco Pharmaceutical Authority and local administration began sending vaccines under tight security on Thursday (January 28th) evening.

Two state ministers among 541 people vaccinated on day two

Dhaka, January 29: A total of 541 people were vaccinated against coronavirus at five government hospitals in the capital on Thursday (January 28). Among them were health workers, politicians and frontline workers. All are healthy and returned to normal work within 10-20 minutes after vaccination.

125 people including state minister Palak get vaccinated at BSMMU

Dhaka, January 28: At least 125 people, including state minister Zunaid Ahmed Palak, were vaccinated at the Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University (BSMMU) on Thursday. 

Bangladesh to get 34 million Covid-19 vaccine: Prime Minister Hasina

Dhaka, January 28: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has said that Bangladesh will get 34 million vaccines. She made the remarks at the inaugural function of the coronavirus vaccine program at Kurmitola General Hospital in the capital on Wednesday (January 27).

Will take the vaccine after everyone has taken it: Sheikh Hasina

Dhaka, January 28: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has said that she will take the coronavirus vaccine after everyone has taken it.