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Union-level vaccination starts from August 7The government has decided to launch union parishad-level Covid vaccination through on-the-spot registrations from August 7, Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan ...
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PM orders vaccination at ward-union levelPrime Minister Sheikh Hasina has directed to strengthen the vaccination drive as well to start at the ward and union ...
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COVID-19 vaccination age limit to be lowered to 18 soon: Health DG 
The age limit for COVID-19 vaccine will be lowered to 18 very soon, DGHS director Abul Bashar Mohammad Khurshid Alam ...
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MOFA changes application link for vaccination of studentsThe Ministry of Foreign Affairs has decided to change the application link for the vaccination of the outbound students due ...
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C-19 vaccination age lowered to 30The government has decided to lower the age limit to 30 years to be eligible for Covid vaccination. Department of ...
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RCC to launch ward-level vaccination soonRAJSHAHI, July 18: Rajshahi City Corporation (RCC) is going to launch a registration and inoculation programme in all its 30 ...
Childhood vaccination rates plummet in South AsiaThe COVID-19 pandemic has led to major reductions in childhood vaccinations in South Asia, with coverage of basic vaccination dropping ...
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DGHS assures migrants of vaccinationThe migrant workers will get Covid-19 vaccine of Moderna after ending the stock of Pfizer vaccine as the vaccine is ...
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DGHS awaiting decision over mixed brand vaccinationThe country logged over 200 plus daily death from corona infection for last consecutive days with 1.4 million people waiting ...
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Students to register with Foreign Ministry for vaccinationBangladeshi students, studying abroad or set to go abroad for study purposes, have been asked to get registered for vaccination ...
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Bangladeshi students studying abroad asked to get registered for vaccination
Bangladeshi students, who will go abroad for study purposes, have been asked to get registered for vaccination, reports UNB.The Ministry ...
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Mass vaccination resumesMass vaccination programme resumed on Monday with the administering of Chinese-made Sinopharm jabs in the district and upazila hospitals across ...
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