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Dhaka resumes vaccination drive with China’s Sinopharm

Arab News 20 Jun 2021
Bangladesh’s health authorities launched the anti-virus drive in early February after India sent 7 million doses of the Covishield vaccine in two installments ... These include frontline health workers; police officials; migrant workers registered with the Bureau of Manpower, ...
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Bangladesh resumes COVID-19 inoculation drive with Chinese vaccines

China.dot.org 20 Jun 2021
A medical worker inoculates a man with a dose of China's Sinopharm COVID-19 vaccine in Dhaka, Bangladesh, June 19, 2021. Bangladesh resumed administering the first dose of COVID-19 vaccine in parts of the country on ...
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China unhappy with Nepal over disclosure of Sinopharm price

Beijing News 20 Jun 2021
We were worried if we would get the vaccine or not," Dr Krishna Prasad Paudel, spokesperson for the Health Ministry, told the Post ... In Bangladesh, after the price was disclosed, the country's finance ministry had issued a statement similar to the one issued by Nepal's Health Ministry.
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China unhappy with Nepal over disclosure of Sinopharm COVID vaccine price

Live Mint 20 Jun 2021
We were worried if we would get the vaccine or not," Dr Krishna Prasad Paudel, spokesperson for the Health Ministry, told the Post ... In Bangladesh, after the price was disclosed, the country's finance ministry had issued a statement similar to the one issued by Nepal's Health Ministry.
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Scale up health infra, speed up vaccination to prevent another Covid surge: WHO to nations

India TV 20 Jun 2021
The World Health Organization (WHO) on Sunday called upon countries ... Earlier, variants of concern have been confirmed in Bangladesh, India, Indonesia, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Thailand and Timor-Leste, the global health body said.
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Scale up health infrastructure, speed up vaccination to prevent another Covid surge: WHO to nations

The Economic Times 20 Jun 2021
This week, Maldives and Myanmar confirmed the transmission of coronavirus variants of concern. Earlier, variants of concern have been confirmed in Bangladesh, India, Indonesia, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Thailand and Timor-Leste, the global health body said ... .
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In Bangladesh, drone and GIS mapping tools come to the aid of designing disaster shelters during COVID-19

Reliefweb 20 Jun 2021
Bangladesh has been coping with the inflow of 1.1 million Displaced Rohingya People (DRP) in Cox’s Bazar, which is ... The World Bank has reached out to other government agencies of such as Bangladesh Water Development Board, Department of Public Health Engineering, etc.
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Chinese vaccines help developing countries cope with tough COVID-19 situation: U.S. media

Xinhua 19 Jun 2021
A health worker prepares a dose of China-donated COVID-19 vaccine in Dhaka, Bangladesh, May 25, 2021. (Xinhua) ... A health worker (L) receives a dose of China's Sinovac COVID-19 vaccine during mass vaccination program for health workers as a main priority group in Jakarta, Indonesia, Feb. 4, 2021. (Xinhua/Agung Kuncahya B.) ... ■. .
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Book the date: The Bear and Bee opening in North Adams

The Berkshire Eagle 19 Jun 2021
Topics include gardening, women’s health, herbalism, gender and social justice, alongside such genres as fiction and mysteries, in the store’s approximately 5,000-book inventory ... The couple moved to the city last summer, after living in Bangladesh, where Stevens was working for the United Nations on global maternal health and midwifery education.
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Diarrhoea kills at least 4 Rohingya on remote Bangladesh island

Al Jazeera 18 Jun 2021
Bangladesh officials say they have contained a diarrhoea outbreak that has killed four Rohingya refugees and infected 1,500 others, alarming rights groups and the United Nations about conditions on the island camp. Bangladesh has shifted 18,000 refugees to the low-lying Bhashan Char island from cramped settlements on the mainland.
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Displaced Rohingya navigate new parenthood in Bangladesh

Reliefweb 18 Jun 2021
New mother Kawser, her husband, Mohammed, holding their baby son, and her mother-in-law, Nurbahar, at a UNFPA-supported health facility in a Rohingya camp in Cox's Bazar. © UNFPA Bangladesh/Fahima Tajrin ... They married and recently had a son at a UNFPA-supported health facility in the camp.
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Italy imposes quarantine on UK visitors, opens door to USA, Canada, Japan and EU

Reuters 18 Jun 2021
ROME, June 18 (Reuters) - Italy is introducing mandatory testing and a five-day quarantine for visitors from Britain, Health Minister Roberto Speranza said on Friday, as concerns grow over the spread of a highly contagious coronavirus variant ... Health England said.
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Italy imposes quarantine on UK visitors, opens door to other countries

The Philadelphia Inquirer 18 Jun 2021
A ban on people arriving from India, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka will remain in place, he added ... on Monday, a health ministry spokesman said.
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Covid: Italy to impose Covid-19 quarantine on UK travellers

BBC News 18 Jun 2021
Italy, however, will also open the door to USA, Canada, Japan and the EU, if they have a green pass showing they have been vaccinated or recently tested negative, Italian Health Minister Roberto Speranza said on Friday.
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Millions of stateless people left behind by Covid-19 vaccine campaigns

The National 18 Jun 2021
Stateless people are less likely to be included in national vaccination campaigns and many cannot afford health care or lack the necessary documentation required to access medical services ...Vaccine nationalism both between and within countries undermines public health imperatives, with devastating consequences for stateless people,” he said.
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