There will be a Vaccine Institute in Bangladesh


Prime Minister and Leader of the House Sheikh Hasina has announced plans to set up a Vaccine Institute for vaccine production in the country. He made the remarks in response to a question from Anwar Hossain Khan in Parliament on Wednesday

During the Q&A session, the Prime Minister said that since the advent of the epidemic corona, different countries of the world have increased the importance of vaccine discovery and production. Given the current global situation, the need for more research and production on vaccines is becoming increasingly felt.


He said the government has plans to set up an international standard institute for vaccine production and to formulate policies in this regard. Taking part in the discussion on the condolence motion, the Prime Minister said, "I realize the need for a loyal politician in the country." Ekabbar Hossain was one of them.



Later, the Prime Minister met with South Africa's Minister for International Relations and Cooperation. Pandor. South Africa's minister for international relations and co-operation said South Africa was developing Corona vaccines from Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson. Sri Lankan Foreign Minister GL Pairis in another meeting with the Prime Minister. He praised Bangladesh's economic progress, business and banking activities and social security networks. Foreign Minister Abdul Momen and Chief Secretary to the Prime Minister. Ahmed Kaikaus was present.