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Coronavirus Vaccine

Sheikh Rehana receives coronavirus vaccine

Sheikh Rehana, the youngest daughter of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman and sister of prime minister Sheikh Hasina, received the Covid-19 vaccine today

Sheikh Rehana receives coronavirus vaccine

Covid-19 Vaccine

China to continue coop despite lack of regulatory headway

Till today, our Bangladeshi friend has not authorised or accepted the emergency use of Chinese vaccines due to its domestic regulatory clearance, noted the Chinese Embassy in Dhaka on Tuesday

A display shows vaccine products of Sinovac Biotech during a government-organized media tour showcasing the company's development of a coronavirus disease (COVID-19) vaccine candidate in Beijing, China, on 24 September 2020

Bangladesh national cricketers receive COVID-19 vaccine

Members of Bangladesh national cricket team received COVID-19 vaccine at Kurmitola General Hospital in Dhaka on Thursday.

Bangladesh national cricketers receive COVID-19 vaccine

New COVID-19 cases down 16 pc last week: WHO

The number of new cases of COVID-19 reported worldwide fell by 16 per cent last week to 2.7 million, the World Health Organisation (WHO) said

New COVID-19 cases down 16 pc last week: WHO

Coronavirus vaccination campaign begins in Makkah

The nationwide vaccination in Saudi Arabia campaign started on 17 December last year, by opening the first vaccination centre in Riyadh. Vaccination centres were opened in other major cities of ...

Coronavirus vaccination campaign begins in Makkah

UK to launch world’s first Covid-19 human challenge study

The initial study will aim to establish the least amount of virus needed to cause Covid-19 infection

UK to launch world’s first Covid-19 human challenge study

226,755 administered COVID-19 vaccines Wednesday

A total of 2,26,755 people were administered COVID-19 vaccines across the country on 17 February. Among the vaccine receivers, 1,45,203 were male and 81,552 female, according to the data of ...

226,755 administered COVID-19 vaccines Wednesday

COVID-19 in Bangladesh

Daily infection rate falls to 2.68 per cent

The daily coronavirus infection rate in Bangladesh fell to 2.68per cent on Tuesday after the health authorities reported 396 fresh cases until Tuesday morning.

Daily infection rate falls to 2.68 per cent

Second dose of COVID vaccine to be administered after 8 weeks

The government has decided to administer the second dose of COVID-19 vaccine eight weeks after the first dose.

Second dose of COVID vaccine to be administered after 8 weeks

COVID-19 vaccination: Stationery shops charge fees for online registration

On the ground floor wall of the Shyamoli Cinema Hall Market, a written signboard caught Prothom Alo correspondents' attention. It says ‘for availing the Covid Card, follow the direction’.

COVID-19 vaccination: Stationery shops charge fees for online registration
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