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Soon the situation in Chittagong Hill Tracts will be calm: Obaidul Quader

KNF attack to loot money and show capability: RAB

Kidnapped manager of Sonali Bank returns to his family

Home Minister to visit Bandarban tomorrow to inspect situation

13 types of vaccines will be produced in Bangladesh: Agreement signed with DII of America

Dhaka, June 22: A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) has been signed between state-run drug manufacturer Essential Drugs Company Limited (EDCL) and US-based company Dyadic International to manufacture 13 types of vaccines, including Covid vaccine, in the country. This memorandum of understanding (MOU) was signed in the meeting room of the Ministry of Health on Wednesday.

The fourth dose of corona vaccine will be given from December 20

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.

Bangladesh: COVID-19 leaves six people dead

Dhaka, 16 October 2022: Six people died in the country from 8 am on Saturday to 8 am on Sunday due to the epidemic of coronavirus.

Bangladesh: No COVID-19 deaths recorded in past 24 hours

Dhaka, 18 September 2022 : No one died in the country in the 24 hours from Saturday 8 am to Sunday 8 am. As a result, the number of deaths remained 29 thousand 339 people.

No COVID-19 deaths recorded in past 24 hours

No one died in the country from Corona in the 24 hours from 8 am on Saturday to 8 am on Sunday.

First-second dose of coronavirus vaccines to be stopped after October 3

Dhaka, September 17: The first and second dose of corona vaccination will be stopped from October 3. Those who have not yet received the first dose and the second dose will not receive the vaccine after October 3. Many vaccines are expired, many vaccines are expired.

Bangladesh registers 216 new COVID-19 cases

Dhaka, 7 August 2022 : No one died of coronavirus in Bangladesh from 8 am on 6 August to 8 am on 7 August.

We are there to give vaccine for free but none to take it: Minister

Dhaka, 24 July 2022 : The government has taken an initiative to set up two liquid oxygen plants in the country to take the medical sector one step further.

Kushtia: Thousands stand on line to get COVID-19 vaccine jab

Dhaka, July 11, 2021: An overflowing crowd was seen at Kushtia General Hospital to get corona vaccine.

No deal reached with Sinopharm: Chinese Embassy

Dhaka, June 6, 2021: Despite heated discussions across the country over the release of the vaccine price of Chinese company Sinoform, a top official of the country's embassy in Dhaka said that no agreement has been reached between Bangladesh and Sinoform on vaccination so far.

Reluctance to get vaccinated: Only 42,360 people got jab in 24 hours

Dhaka, April 2: Ongoing vaccination activities across the country to curb corona infection have come to a halt. In the beginning, more than one lakh to one and a half lakh people were vaccinated daily, but in the last 24 hours, only 42,360 people have been vaccinated against the coronavirus. Among them are 24,296 males and 18,064 females. Three people have reported symptoms of adverse reactions to the vaccine.

Obaidul Quader receives corona vaccine

Dhaka, March 31: Awami League General Secretary and Road Transport and Bridges Minister Obaidul Quader has been vaccinated against coronavirus.

Second dose Covid vaccine is secured

Dhaka, March 30: For those who have taken the first dose of the coronavirus vaccine in the country, the second dose of the jab is secured, said Dr. Meerjady Sabrina Flora, Additional Director General of the Department of Health and Chair of the Vaccine Deployment Committee, while responding to a question at a press conference held online on Monday.

President Hamid gets vaccinated

Dhaka, March 11: President Md. Abdul Hamid has been vaccinated against coronavirus. On Wednesday (March 10), the president took the first dose of the coronavirus vaccine. President's Press Secretary Md. Joynal Abedin told reporters. 

Corona vaccine: Globe Biotech wants to go on a clinical trial

Dhaka, October 6: Globe Biotech Limited, the only Bangladeshi company in the race to develop a vaccine against the coronavirus epidemic, has said it will soon apply to the Bangladesh Medical Research Council (BMAC) for a clinical trial of its possible vaccine, Bancovid.