May 17, 2021


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The first dose of corona vaccine was discontinued

The first dose of corona vaccine has been discontinued. It is learned that this decision will be effective from April 26.

A statement from the Expanded Program on Immunization (EPI) said, “From April 26, 2021, the 1st dose of the Covid-19 vaccination program will be suspended until further notice.”

In the midst of various debates and crises in the country, the confidence of most people in vaccination is increasing day by day. While many countries around the world were devastated by the second wave of coronavirus, there have been reports of reduced infections and deaths from vaccines in several countries, including the United Kingdom, the United States and Israel. This has increased the interest in ticks from one end of the world to the other. This is not happening in Bangladesh. Those who were discouraged at first are now flocking to various vaccination centers to get vaccinated.

At the same time, those who were skeptical after taking the first dose of the vaccine are also rushing to the United Kingdom and the United States to see the benefits of the vaccine for the second dose of the vaccine. However, in the meantime, there is concern about whether the vaccine will be available in the country in two weeks. The government is worried about when the plan to vaccinate 80 percent of the people will be implemented. Vaccination activities can be carried out for 10 to 12 days with the vaccine in hand. Vaccines from India as promised or from Kovacs are not coming on time. However, there are initiatives from the government and private sectors to overcome the crisis within this week.

Citing the success of the corona vaccine, Dr Golam Rahat Khan, an expert at the UK’s National Help Service, told Kaler Kanth on Saturday: Identification has dropped dramatically, “he said.” A recent UK government research report found that when 30 million people were vaccinated with the first dose, only six of them had to go to hospital. And those who took the second dose, none of them had to go to the hospital. And those who have been vaccinated, none of them have died so far. ‘

At the same time, Ghulam Rahat said, “I can say for sure that after taking two doses of vaccine, there will be no death, but some people are being infected and it will continue to happen, as mentioned earlier.” In other words, even if someone is infected after vaccination, their condition will not be complicated. But even after getting vaccinated, everyone should use regular masks and follow hygiene rules so that no one gets infected. ‘

Meanwhile, citing a study from the United States, the Chief Scientific Officer of the Institute of Pathology, Disease Control and Research (IEDCR) of the Government of Bangladesh. ASM Alamgir told Kaler Kanth that a recent study in the United States showed that there was a reduction of 80,000 deaths before and after vaccination. The United States no longer has that horrific death toll, but the number of infections and deaths is declining day by day due to the vaccine. The expert said, “If we can vaccinate most of the people in Bangladesh in a short period of time, the number of deaths and infections will be reduced here as well.” But even after that, everyone who has been vaccinated should keep in mind that while this vaccine protects against death, it does not yet fully protect against infection. As a result, everyone must wear a mask and follow hygiene rules. Otherwise, we will have to face danger again and again. ‘

IEDCR Director Prof. Tahmina Shirin told Kaler Kanth, “So far, we have no information that anyone who has taken the second dose of the coronavirus vaccine has died of coronavirus.” Now those who are dying were infected before the start of the second dose. As a result, they could not take the second dose. Even those who took the first dose, many of them recovered from the complex condition. We are still working on the effectiveness of the vaccine. ”

Meanwhile, 221 countries in the world have less coronavirus infection, but Bangladesh is still ranked 10th among the most vaccinated countries. More than three-and-a-half percent of the country’s population has been vaccinated so far, although many have yet to receive a second dose.

MIS branch director of the Department of Health. According to Mizanur Rahman, 21 lakh 55 thousand 298 people have taken the second dose of vaccine in the country till yesterday. The first dose was taken by 56 lakh 96 thousand 60 people. And 62 lakh six thousand 565 people have registered for vaccination till yesterday. In other words, 69 lakh 54 thousand 17 doses have been given out of one crore and three lakh dose vaccines received by the government so far. There are only 23 lakh 45 thousand 624 doses in hand.

More than two lakh people were vaccinated with the first dose and the second dose yesterday. As such, it can last for 10 to 12 days with the vaccine in hand. Then the government and the people have to look at where the vaccine will come from.