Vaccination has begun in Italy for everyone over the age of 12. The vaccination program starts from Thursday, local time. Italy is one of the most coronavirus-infected countries in Europe. News AFP.
Last week, the European Medicines Agency approved the Pfizer / Bioentech vaccine for 12- to 15-year-olds. Vaccination activities then began in Italy.
“It’s a beautiful day,” said Naples Mayor Luigi the Magistrate.
Immunization programs in Italy are moving fast. The health ministry says 23 percent of the country’s population has been vaccinated. More than 35 million doses of vaccine have been given.
Health Minister Robert Sparenza says they must continue to try to get through this difficult time.
More than 1 lakh 27 thousand people have died in Corona in Italy so far.
Corona infections have declined in the country in recent weeks. Many restrictions have been lifted.
However, the country is still under curfew at night. Masks have been made compulsory in public places.
Finance Minister AHM Mustafa Kamal has said that employment of one million youths has already been ensured in the IT sector to achieve the goal of Digital Bangladesh. By 2021, another 1 million people will be employed. This information was given by the Finance Minister in the budget proposal speech of the upcoming financial year (2021-22) in the National Assembly on Thursday.
Finance Minister AHM Mustafa said more than 50 per cent of the country’s population is young, compared to 20 to 25 per cent in the developed world. Besides, more than 20 lakh people are being included in the labor market of the country every year. On the other hand, the ongoing Fourth Industrial Revolution has opened an unprecedented door of new employment for skilled manpower at home and abroad. Besides, the implementation activities of ‘Sustainable Development Goals’, Vision 2041 and Delta Plan 2100 have created huge employment opportunities for people skilled in science, technology and technology in the country. As a result of the government’s policies and fruitful action plans, a large section of the country’s young society is already enjoying the benefits of such modern and technology-based employment.
The government is also adopting thematic employment policy in the country, he said. Under which the industry is being linked with education by revising and rearranging the content of educational activities keeping in view the need for employment.
Despite the global corona epidemic, 2,18,069 Bangladeshi workers were employed abroad last year. Outside of the traditional labor market, it has begun sending workers to Poland, Albania, Romania, Slovenia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Vietnam and Cambodia as new labor markets. The Finance Minister presented the information in this way.