Canada will remove all Covid-19 restrictions for inbound travellers from 1 October, as well as testing, quarantine, and isolation requirements, the government said on Monday.
The government will start inoculating children aged between 5 to 11 years against Covid-19 in districts and upazilas from 11 October
US wants to make partnership with Bangladesh in "Global Covid Action Plan" on working out future situation of the pandemic
The government is reluctant to accept about another 10 million vaccines of Sinovac now. Doubts have arisen over whether the vaccines bought through global vaccination initiative COVAX will be ...
According to the WHO, more than 18,000 cases have been detected throughout the world outside of Africa since the beginning of May
Directorate General of Drug Administration (DGDA) has approved Globe Biotech Limited's Covid-19 vaccine Bangavax to begin clinical trials in the first phase.
A total of 2,365,585 people in five areas of Dhaka were given the first dose of the cholera vaccine, says International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research, Bangladesh (ICDDRB) on Monday.
Its bright blue blood has been essential for testing the safety of biomedical products since the 1970s
This vaccine is prequalified by the World Health Organisation and can be given to all except pregnant women and those who have received other vaccines within the last 14 days
Cholera vaccination drive is set to begin from 26 June across the country, said health minister Zahid Maleque on Tuesday
UNICEF has delivered over 190 million doses of Covid-19 vaccines to Bangladesh through COVAX in one year, the UN agency said
First identified in monkeys, the viral disease typically spreads through close contact and largely occurs in west and central Africa
This shipment contains a new ready-to-go formulation of Pfizer vaccines that does not require mixing before being administered
Health minister Zahid Maleque on Monday termed the report of Transparency International Bangladesh (TIB) over purchasing the Covid-19 vaccines baseless and misleading
Bangladesh has bought each dose of Covid vaccine for over Tk 1,500, which is the highest price than the procurement by the neighbouring countries, according to the World Health Organisation