4 Crore Chinese Vaccines Will Come In October-November: Health Minister

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4 Crore Chinese Vaccines Will Come In October-November: Health Minister

Health and Family Welfare Minister Zahid Malek has said that 65 million doses of synoform will come from China.

He made the remarks while inaugurating the Covid Field Hospital of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University (BSMMU) at 12 noon on Saturday (August 6).

“We have a 1.5 crore dose ticker agreement with China,” he said. In the meantime, they have started sending vaccines. We will sign another 60 million dose ticker agreement from China. Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has given us this approval.

He said that out of these vaccines, a total of four crore doses of vaccines will be given in October and November alone. It will come earlier, but a little less.

Earlier, the minister inaugurated the 1000-bed field hospital of BSMMU. Regarding the corona infection situation, he said that corona infection is getting worse day by day in the country. There are no empty ICU beds in any of the hospitals. There are 16,000 common beds for covid treatment across the country. However, almost all of them have been admitted to the patient.

Zahid Malek said that besides corona treatment, dengue treatment has to be done in the hospitals now. Physicians and health workers are working tirelessly. But it is time to reduce the infection. There is no opportunity to increase the number of beds in the hospital.

Regarding BSMMU Field Hospital, the Minister said that the journey has started with 356 beds in BSMMU Field Hospital. Of these, 40 are ICUs, the rest are central oxygen lines. The hospital will be upgraded to one thousand beds in phases.

Zahid Malek said that there are all kinds of facilities for Kovid treatment here. However, not all patients will be admitted here. New patients and dying patients will come here, they will be treated.

Secretary of the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, among others, was present at the time. Lokman Hossain Mia, Director General of the Department of Health. ABM Khurshid Alam, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University Vice-Chancellor Prof. Md. Sharfuddin Ahmed and others.

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