Vaccination: Bangladesh has allocated another 89 lakh doses

Bangladesh has received 89 lakh doses of new coronavirus vaccine from donations from Covax and the United States. State Minister for Foreign Affairs visiting the United States. Shahriar Alam said this in a post given on his Facebook on Wednesday.

He wrote that Bangladesh has received a new allocation of 89 lakh doses of coronavirus vaccine. Under the Covax facility, 71 lakh new doses of Pfizer and 18 lakh doses of Modern Ticker have been allocated. The vaccine will arrive in Bangladesh in the last three months of this year, he said. Shahriar Alam hopes that Bangladesh will get more vaccines in the same period.

He also thanked the United States and Kovacs for allocating new vaccines to Bangladesh.