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Dhaka shops for vaccines as Russia offers to help to make it at home

Arab News 22 Apr 2021
Bangladesh’s government is urgently searching for COVID-19 vaccines for its population of 170 million, with health officials saying on Wednesday that it is considering a proposal by Russia to manufacture its Sputnik vaccine locally ... Huq, who is also the founder of Bangladesh’s Public Health Foundation, said.
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Health and Nutrition Vouchers for Marginalized Urban Extreme Poor in Bangladesh

Reliefweb 22 Apr 2021
This study examines the experimental use of vouchers in Bangladesh by 3 different agencies, funded by the EU, to address health gaps for the urban extreme poor by providing essential health and nutrition service delivery through public-private partnerships ... to health services.
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Seychelles: Seychelles Restricts Travellers From Brazil, Bangladesh, India and Pakistan

All Africa 22 Apr 2021
Seychelles issued new travel measures for India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Brazil on Tuesday in view of the worsening COVID-19 outbreaks in those countries, the Ministry of Health said on Tuesday ....
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Saudi Arabia keeps travel ban on 20 countries after borders open on May 17

The National 22 Apr 2021
Expatriates coming from these countries back to Saudi Arabia are required to enter quarantine in a coronavirus safe zone. Read More ... Saudi national Reem Abdullah said ... Saudi citizens who wanted to return home were exempt, as were foreign diplomats, health workers and their families. Oman to suspend travel from India, Pakistan and Bangladesh. Yemen ... .
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Saudi Arabia keeps travel ban on 20 countries after borders open on May 17 Saudi Arabia to maintain ban on 20 countries as it reopens borders on May 17

The National 22 Apr 2021
Expatriates coming from these countries back to Saudi Arabia are required to enter quarantine in a coronavirus safe zone. Read More ... Saudi national Reem Abdullah said ... Saudi citizens who wanted to return home were exempt, as were foreign diplomats, health workers and their families. Oman to suspend travel from India, Pakistan and Bangladesh. Yemen ... .
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Saudi Arabia to maintain ban on 20 countries as it reopens borders on May 17

The National 22 Apr 2021
Foreigners coming from these countries to Saudi Arabia are required to quarantine in a safe zone. Read More ... Saudi citizens who wanted to return home were exempt, as well as foreign diplomats, health workers and their families. Oman to suspend travel from India, Pakistan and Bangladesh. Yemen. Covid-19 vaccination drive begins in government-held areas ... .
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Seychelles adds Brazil, Bangladesh, India and Pakistan to its red list

Independent online (SA) 21 Apr 2021
Seychelles has issued new travel measures for India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Brazil on Tuesday in view of the worsening Covid-19 outbreaks in those countries, the Ministry of Health said on Tuesday ... Vaccination certificates are subject to verification and approval of the Public Health Authority,"' said the Ministry.
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COVID-19 kills 11 Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh camps

Anadolu Agency 21 Apr 2021
Bangladesh is under a lockdown until April 28 to counter a record rise in COVID-19 infections. According to the country's health ministry, Bangladesh has so far reported at least 10,588 virus deaths and 727,780 infections.
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Logistics and administrative coordinator (M/F) - Bangladesh

Reliefweb 21 Apr 2021
It has continued to highlight obstacles that exist in accessing health care and has secured sustainable improvements in health-for-all policies ... emergency and crisis, sexual and reproductive health, harm reduction, migrants and displaced populations (health rights), health and environment. MdM mission in Bangladesh opened in February 2017.
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Russia Suggests Joint Production of Sputnik V COVID-19 Vaccine in Bangladesh - Minister

Urdu Point 21 Apr 2021
According to Bangladesh's Health Ministry, more than 723,000 COVID-19 cases have been registered in the country, with over 621,000 ...
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Noted Bengali poet Shankha Ghosh passes away, days after testing Covid-19 positive

Hindustan Times 21 Apr 2021
After he tested positive for coronavirus disease on April 14 (Wednesday), the poet was being nursed at his own residence in home isolation on the advice of his doctors, as per health department sources cited by PTI ... He was hospitalised a few months ago due to the deterioration of his health condition.
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Bangladesh eyes Sputnik vaccine to overcome supply shortage from India

Hindustan Times 20 Apr 2021
Russia has invited Bangladesh to be a vaccine co-producer with its technology, saying currently the country lacks the production capacity to export its vaccine to Bangladesh ... Momen said Bangladesh earlier did not show much interest in the Chinese vaccine as their vaccine was yet to get the World Health Organisation (WHO) approval.
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Stanford researchers use AI to empower environmental regulators

Technology Org 20 Apr 2021
Since 2016, Brooks, Luby and other Stanford researchers have worked in Bangladesh to pinpoint kiln locations, quantify brick kilns’ adverse health effects and provide transparent public information to inform political change ... 10 percent are illegally close to health facilities.
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Russia offers to manufacture its vaccine in Bangladesh

Anadolu Agency 20 Apr 2021
Russia on Tuesday proposed to manufacture its Sputnik V COVID-19 vaccine in Bangladesh as part of a co-production arrangement, said a top Bangladeshi official. Moscow gave a proposal to manufacture its vaccine in Bangladesh, Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen told the country's state-run news agency Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha (BSS).
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US Issues Travel Advisory Against India, Says 'Avoid Travel Even if Vaccinated'

Yahoo Daily News 20 Apr 2021
The national health agency further added that if at all one has to travel to India, they should first get fully vaccinated against Covid-19 and upon reaching India should follow covid safety protocols like washing hands, maintaining 6 feet distance, and wearing marks at all cost to ensure they do not contract the virus.
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