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Own Correspondent, Dhaka, January 18: With the rate at which coronavirus infections, including Omicron cases, are rising, there will be no place for admissions in the country's hospitals in the next one or one-and-a-half months.
Dhaka, January 17: From now on, 50 year olds will also get booster dose of coronavirus vaccine. Health Minister Zahid Maleque told reporters on Monday (January 18th) in the conference room of the health ministry at the secretariat.
Dhaka, December 30: Health Minister Zahid Maleque has said that the government will conduct vaccination drive in every ward of the country to prevent Covid-19 infections.
Dhaka, December 30: By next June, at least 80 percent of the country's population will be vaccinated against the coronavirus. Meanwhile, 28.44 percent of the total population of Bangladesh has received two doses of the vaccine till December 26 this year.
Own representative, Dhaka, December 20: The United States has gifted another 17 lakh 80 thousand doses of coronavirus vaccine to Bangladesh. The US Embassy in Dhaka said on Sunday.
Own representative, Dhaka, December 18: Booster dose of coronavirus will start from Sunday (December 19). Health Minister Zahid Maleque made the remarks in response to a question from local journalists at a function in Manikganj on Friday (December 17) evening.
Dhaka, November 16: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has said that if given a chance, Bangladesh will be able to manufacture coronavirus vaccines.
Dhaka, November 15: Over 6.65 crore people have registered on the Surokkha app and website to get vaccinated against the coronavirus, so far. Among these 5,16,11,401 people and 3,31,43,905 people have received the first and second doses respectively, according to the Directorate General of Health Services.
Dhaka, November 1: On Sunday, 9,21,088 people received the vaccine against Covid-19. Among these, 3,72,317 were administered the first dose, while 5,48,771 received the second jab, according to the Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS).
Dhaka, October 22: Ninety-six percent students of Dhaka University (DU) have been vaccinated against the coronavirus, according to Vice-Chancellor Prof. Dr. Md. Akhtaruzzaman, who made the comment while talking to the journalists after visiting the examination center of the Faculty of Business Studies building on Friday (October 22).
Dhaka, October 14: The coronavirus vaccination program for children aged between 12 to 17 will be started experimentally on Thursday (October 14). The information was shared on Facebook Live on Wednesday (October 13) by the Director General of the Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS), Prof. Dr. Abul Bashar Mohammad Khurshid Alam.
Dhaka, October 11: Doses of Pfizer and Moderna coronavirus vaccines will be given to school-college students soon. Health Minister Zahid Maleque made the remarks at a press conference on the Covid-19 vaccine and contemporary issues at the Bangladesh College of Physicians and Surgeons in Mohakhali on Sunday (October 10).
Dhaka, October 8: The United Kingdom has recognized Bangladesh's coronavirus vaccine certificate. This information has been given in a notification sent from the Bangladesh High Commission of the United Kingdom on Friday (October 8).
Dhaka, October 6: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has said that no one in Bangladesh will be left out from vaccination against the coronavirus.
Dhaka, October 4: In the last 24 hours, more than 5,89,000 people across Bangladesh have been vaccinated against the coronavirus. The country has, so far, used 5,12,89,755 doses of the vaccine.