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Dhaka, April 20: Describing the Covid-19 vaccine as a global product, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said Bangladesh believes in the authority of the United Nations and other international organizations to meet the demand for vaccines and medical equipment on a fair and equitable basis.
Dhaka, April 15: If someone reports a coronavirus test negative, he or she can be vaccinated four weeks later, Additional Director General (Planning and Development) of the Department of Health, Prof. Dr. Meerjady Sabrina Flora said.
Dhaka, April 12: Bangladesh will receive 68 million vaccines in May alone to tackle the Corona crisis from Covax, an alliance formed with the promise of fair vaccinations around the world. This information was given by the World Bank. The matter was reported in a report titled 'Bangladesh Update' published on Monday (April 12).
Dhaka, April 9: A nationwide second-dose vaccination campaign against coronavirus infection began on Thursday. On this day, a total of 96,127 people have been vaccinated in different parts of the country. Of them, 14,804 took the first dose of the vaccine and 81,323 took the second dose.
Dhaka, April 8: The second dose of coronavirus vaccine has been started in the country. The second dose of vaccination started at 8:30 am on Thursday (April 8) at various centers across the country, including the capital. Despite the strict restrictions announced by the government, those who were scheduled to take a second dose went to the center to get vaccinated. However, the first dose is being given to those who have not yet been vaccinated.
Dhaka, April 8: The first dose of the ongoing coronavirus vaccination campaign across the country ended on Wednesday. The second dose of this vaccine activity is starting today.
Dhaka, April 2: Every day new records of coronavirus epidemic are being set in the country. The number of deaths is also increasing. Such a horrific situation has not been seen since the outbreak of corona in March last year. Although the epidemic has been raging for more than a year, the virus has recently reached alarming proportions. Corona infection has already spread to 31 districts of the country.
Dhaka, March 16: So far, 57,70,198 people have registered for the coronavirus vaccine and 44,85,954 people have been vaccinated across the nation.
Dhaka, March 2: The government will not vaccinate the private sector against the coronavirus, the health department said. However, the Bangladesh Private Medical College Association has asked for of 1 million coronavirus vaccine from the government for sale, on February 10.
Dhaka, February 25: A total of 26,73,038 people have been vaccinated against the coronavirus in the country in 18 days from February 7 till Wednesday (February 24).
Dhaka, February 24: Coronavirus vaccine has been received by Sheikh Rehana, the youngest daughter of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman and sister of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, on Wednesday (February 24) morning. She was vaccinated according to the country's customary rules, Assistant Press Secretary to the Prime Minister MM Imrul Kayes Rana said.
Dhaka, February 23: The second dose of coronavirus vaccine will be given from April 7, Health and Family Welfare Minister Zahid Maleque said. The Health Minister told reporters after a meeting at the secretariat on Tuesday (February 23). So far, 23 lakh 80 thousand people have been vaccinated against coronavirus, he said.
Dhaka, February 22: Anisul Huq, Minister for Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs, said that 130 countries have not yet received the coronavirus vaccine. "Governments in many countries say they will go to court if necessary for the vaccine. But Bangladesh is one of the five leading countries in getting vaccine. We got the corona vaccine under the own efforts and supervision of People's Leader Sheikh Hasina. The full credit for this goes to our Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina."
Dhaka, February 20: The government has withdrawn advance income tax or NIT on the import of any vaccine, including corona vaccine, privately. The information was given in a circular signed by National Board of Revenue (NBR) member Md Alamgir Hossain on Thursday (February 18).
Own representative, Dhaka, February 18, 2021: The meeting of the Executive Committee of the National Economic Council (ECNEC) has approved 9 projects at a cost of around Tk 19,644.56 crore.