Health minister Zahid Maleque said on Sunday that 4,000 medical teams of the Health Services Division are ready to provide services in 11 flood-hit districts of the country, especially the worst-hit ...
Health minister Zahid Maleque on Monday urged all to maintain health protocols as the number of Covid cases started to rise in Bangladesh
Health minister Zahid Maleque has said there are about 11,000 private hospitals, clinics and diagnostic centres in the country and a question arouse on the standard of many of them and unregistered ...
Minister of health Zahid Maleque was the chief guest of the event while Prof. Dr. Abul Bashar Mohammad Khurshid Alam, director-general of the department of health, was present as a special guest.
And in the first phase, people from the five diarrhoea-prone areas in Dhaka will be vaccinated against the bacterial disease usually spread through contaminated water
The government is going to inoculate 32.5 million of Covid-19 vaccines from 17 March to 31 March on the occasion of the birth anniversary of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman
Health minister Zahid Maleque on Saturday said all the educational institutions of the country will be reopened after 21 February as the number of daily Covid cases keep falling gradually
Though the government is not thinking about enforcing any lockdown in the country to control the fresh Covid surge, it is going to intensify the preventive measures to rein in the transmission of the ...
Health minister Zahid Maleque on Sunday said the booster dose of Covid-19 vaccine will work against the newly emerged variant Omicron
Bangladesh in recent times saw zero Covid deaths and the least number of infections after a long time. Amid this, the outbreak of the deadly virus’s new variant, Omicron, is worrying
Health minister Zahid Maleque has said the government will vaccinate children of 12 to 17 years of age for Covid-19.
Health minister Zahid Maleque will attend a World Health Organization (WHO) bureau meeting in Geneva, Switzerland
On 12 April, Prothom Alo published a report on corruption in the recruitment process for more than 2,500 posts under the Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS)
The health services division on Monday cancelled the recruitment process through a notification issued citing 'discrepancies in the written exam'.