Covid-19: Bangladesh hopes to get the vaccine by February next year. On Tuesday, the Health Secretary said that people will get the dose for free. The country of South Asia had signed an agreement with the Serum Institute of India last month to purchase the vaccine. Health Secretary Abdul Mannan told reporters, “We hope to get the vaccine by February and people will be provided free.”
Bangladesh expects Kovid-19 vaccine by February
The priority of the vaccine is told that front-line workers such as healthcare providers and police will be deployed first. AstraZeneca’s candidate in the global race to develop the vaccine against Kovid-19 is seen as a ray of hope for many developing countries. The other major reason for promising for developing countries is being told that the dosage is economical and easy to transport at normal refrigerator temperature.
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However, some experts have questioned his test data. Bangladesh will also receive 68 million doses of vaccine from Gavi Vaccine Alliance. Mannan cited a global health partnership set up in 2000 to increase vaccination facilities in poor countries. Experts have feared that Bangladesh may have to see a second surge in infection. The number of people who died due to Kovid-19 infection has reached 6 thousand 713. For the past few weeks, there has been an increase in cases of infections every day. On Tuesday, 2 thousand 293 new patients suffered from Corona virus and 31 death cases were registered. So far, more than 4 lakh 69 thousand corona cases have been reported to be infected.
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