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Bogra-Sirajganj rail project: Travel time to Dhaka to be reduced by 3 hours

Bangladesh against war but will defend sovereignty: PM Hasina

Habibul Bashar appointed as the new head of BCB women's wing

Azmeri Haque Badhon to become chief judge at international film festival in India

PM Hasina emphasizes importance of mother tongue as main medium of education

ADB wants quick approval for vaccine production, Tk 3,718 cr loan will be available

Dhaka, Oct 12: Asian Development Bank (ADB) wants quick project approval to increase Bangladesh's vaccine production capacity. At present, the process of preparing the project proposal is underway. If the project is not approved by December 31, getting a low-interest loan will be uncertain.

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.

Government to administer anti-Covid booster shots from today

Dhaka, December 28: The government will start administering the anti-Covid booster doses from today (Tuesday), as a measure to counter the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

Fifty lakh Covid-19 vaccine doses to come to Bangladesh every week

Dhaka, September 11: Bangladesh will be receiving 50 lakh (five million) Covid-19 vaccine doses every week, according to Health Minister Zahid Maleque.

Over 2 crore vaccinated against coronavirus across Bangladesh

Dhaka, August 12: Over two crore people have been vaccinated against the deadly coronavirus (Covid-19) across Bangladesh, according to data from the Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS).

Covid-19: Vaccination campaign across the country from today

Dhaka, August 7: The Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) has decided to conduct a nationwide coronavirus vaccination campaign from Saturday, August 7. Director General of the DGHS Dr. Abul Basar Mohammad Khurshid Alam confirmed the same at a press conference at Bangladesh College of Physicians and Surgeons in Mohakhali on Friday (August 6).

Over 3,00,000 vaccinated against coronavirus in a day

Dhaka, August 6: Over 3,00,000 people have been vaccinated against the deadly coronavirus in the last 24 hours across Bangladesh.

Govt. withdraws 'no jab, no movement' order

Dhaka, August 4: The government has withdrawn its directive where it made vaccination compulsory for anyone above 18 to venture out. Liberation War Affairs Minister AKM Mozammal Haque said on Wednesday.

Covid-19 vaccination must for adults to go out of their homes

Dhaka, August 3: The government has decided to extend the lockdown till August 10 to prevent coronavirus infection. Vaccination has been made compulsory for human movement from the August 11. Anyone failing to follow the rule will be punished.

98 percent of those vaccinated have developed antibodies: Reports

Dhaka, August 3: Antibodies (immunity) have been found in the body of 98 percent of those who have received the coronavirus vaccine in the country. In addition, those who have previously been infected by coronavirus have been found to have relatively more antibodies in their bodies.

3,00,000 people vaccinated against Covid-19 across Bangladesh on Sunday

Dhaka, August 2: Over 3,00,000 people were vaccinated against the deadly Covid-19 disease across Bangladesh on Sunday, said the Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS).

Vaccination age to be lowered to 18 from August 8

Dhaka, July 30: The government will bring the age of coronavirus vaccination down to 18 from August 8. Currently, a person has to be at least 25 years old to be able to register for the vaccine. Changes are being made to the Surokkha app, the government's platform for vaccine registration.

Long queues outside vaccination centres across Bangladesh

Dhaka, July 29: With the Pfizer and AstraZeneca coronavirus jabs being closed currently, citizens in the country is being vaccinated with the Chinese made Sinopharm and US' Moderna vaccines. Meanwhile, the queues outside vaccination centers are increasing every day.

Govt. plans to vaccinate 10 million people in a week; Moderna jabs for city dwellers, Sinopharm vaccines in rural Bangladesh

Dhaka, July 28: The government plans to vaccinate 10 million people a week as part of a nationwide coronavirus vaccination campaign. For this, vaccination will be given at the union level from August 7. Vaccination will be done by setting up a center in the Union Parishad to carry out these activities. Sinopharm vaccine will be given in rural areas, while the urban population will receive Moderna jabs.

Thousands of people are getting vaccinated willingly everyday

Dhaka, July 27: Thousands of people across the country, including the capital, are willingly receiving the coronavirus vaccine every day. Men and women who want to be vaccinated are going to the designated vaccination center with the vaccine card by applying through the Surokkha app. They are getting vaccinated despite the presence of long queues.