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Ambassador Haas joins the Mayor of Narayanganj at school vaccination site to mark this milestone in the U.S.-Bangladesh partnership to fight the pandemic.

NARAYANGANJ, November 9, 2022— Today, U.S. Ambassador Peter Haas joined Dr. Selina Hayat Ivy, Mayor of Narayanganj, and students from the Narayanganj Collectorate Preparatory School to mark the delivery of over 100 million (ten crore) U.S. COVID-19 vaccine donations to Bangladesh since the beginning of the pandemic.

Earlier this week, the United States donated another six million pediatric doses of Pfizer COVID-19 vaccines to Bangladesh, bringing the total number of American vaccine donations to more than 100 million, making the United States the largest COVID-19 vaccine donor to Bangladesh. American COVID-19 vaccine donations now account for more than 70 percent of all international COVID-19 vaccine donations to Bangladesh.

“This milestone underscores the strong partnership between our two countries and is just one part of the incredible progress Bangladesh has made in fully vaccinating nearly 75 percent of the entire country. This is a remarkable achievement and I congratulate everyone involved in protecting Bangladeshi children and adults against the pandemic,” said Ambassador Haas.
Since the beginning of the pandemic, U.S. support has trained more than 50,000 healthcare providers and other workers on safely administering vaccines across 64 districts, donated 18 freezer vans, 750 freezer units, and 8,000 vaccine carriers to help transport 71 million doses of vaccines to remote areas, and directly administered 84 million vaccinations.

The United States has contributed more than $140 million in COVID-19 related development and humanitarian assistance to Bangladesh. Globally, the United States has donated $4 billion to support the COVAX effort, which includes support for ultra-cold chain storage, transportation, and safe handling of COVID-19 vaccines, making the United States the world’s largest donor for equitable global COVID-19 vaccine access.
 

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Ambassador Haas joins the Mayor of Narayanganj at school vaccination site to mark this milestone in the U.S.-Bangladesh partnership to fight the pandemic.

NARAYANGANJ, November 9, 2022— Today, U.S. Ambassador Peter Haas joined Dr. Selina Hayat Ivy, Mayor of Narayanganj, and students from the Narayanganj Collectorate Preparatory School to mark the delivery of over 100 million (ten crore) U.S. COVID-19 vaccine donations to Bangladesh since the beginning of the pandemic.

Earlier this week, the United States donated another six million pediatric doses of Pfizer COVID-19 vaccines to Bangladesh, bringing the total number of American vaccine donations to more than 100 million, making the United States the largest COVID-19 vaccine donor to Bangladesh. American COVID-19 vaccine donations now account for more than 70 percent of all international COVID-19 vaccine donations to Bangladesh.

“This milestone underscores the strong partnership between our two countries and is just one part of the incredible progress Bangladesh has made in fully vaccinating nearly 75 percent of the entire country. This is a remarkable achievement and I congratulate everyone involved in protecting Bangladeshi children and adults against the pandemic,” said Ambassador Haas.
Since the beginning of the pandemic, U.S. support has trained more than 50,000 healthcare providers and other workers on safely administering vaccines across 64 districts, donated 18 freezer vans, 750 freezer units, and 8,000 vaccine carriers to help transport 71 million doses of vaccines to remote areas, and directly administered 84 million vaccinations.

The United States has contributed more than $140 million in COVID-19 related development and humanitarian assistance to Bangladesh. Globally, the United States has donated $4 billion to support the COVAX effort, which includes support for ultra-cold chain storage, transportation, and safe handling of COVID-19 vaccines, making the United States the world’s largest donor for equitable global COVID-19 vaccine access.
It is a miracle how BD managed covid for a crowded country and how they can take care of a pandemic effectively ? It could be immunity for all we know. Even Pakistan did not suffer as much as US and India.
 
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It is a miracle how BD managed covid for a crowded country and how they can take care of a pandemic effectively ? It could be immunity for all we know. Even Pakistan did not suffer as much as US and India.

Three main reasons:

1. Pakistan and Bangladesh have a young population.

2. Vaccination is not a political football or hostage to superstition.

3. Both countries took a humble approach consisting of simple solutions and accepting help from all.

By contrast US and India suffered from political incompetence and grandiosity.
 

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Three main reasons:

1. Pakistan and Bangladesh have a young population.

2. Vaccination is not a political football or hostage to superstition.

3. Both countries took a humble approach consisting of simple solutions and accepting help from all.

By contrast US and India suffered from political incompetence and grandiosity.



They took it too far with the vaccinations and injected the young and healthy.

Luckily most of the population obtained natural immunity before the "jabs" could interfere with this.

That is why developing countries like BD and India suffer almost zero deaths now unlike the UK that "jabbed" before most of the population met the wild virus first, and hence interfering with the aquiring of the robust natural immunity.
 

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U.S. COVID-19 Vaccine Donations to Bangladesh Surpass 100 Million Mark​

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Ambassador Haas joins the Mayor of Narayanganj at school vaccination site to mark this milestone in the U.S.-Bangladesh partnership to fight the pandemic.

NARAYANGANJ, November 9, 2022— Today, U.S. Ambassador Peter Haas joined Dr. Selina Hayat Ivy, Mayor of Narayanganj, and students from the Narayanganj Collectorate Preparatory School to mark the delivery of over 100 million (ten crore) U.S. COVID-19 vaccine donations to Bangladesh since the beginning of the pandemic.

Earlier this week, the United States donated another six million pediatric doses of Pfizer COVID-19 vaccines to Bangladesh, bringing the total number of American vaccine donations to more than 100 million, making the United States the largest COVID-19 vaccine donor to Bangladesh. American COVID-19 vaccine donations now account for more than 70 percent of all international COVID-19 vaccine donations to Bangladesh.

“This milestone underscores the strong partnership between our two countries and is just one part of the incredible progress Bangladesh has made in fully vaccinating nearly 75 percent of the entire country. This is a remarkable achievement and I congratulate everyone involved in protecting Bangladeshi children and adults against the pandemic,” said Ambassador Haas.
Since the beginning of the pandemic, U.S. support has trained more than 50,000 healthcare providers and other workers on safely administering vaccines across 64 districts, donated 18 freezer vans, 750 freezer units, and 8,000 vaccine carriers to help transport 71 million doses of vaccines to remote areas, and directly administered 84 million vaccinations.

The United States has contributed more than $140 million in COVID-19 related development and humanitarian assistance to Bangladesh. Globally, the United States has donated $4 billion to support the COVAX effort, which includes support for ultra-cold chain storage, transportation, and safe handling of COVID-19 vaccines, making the United States the world’s largest donor for equitable global COVID-19 vaccine access.
Thanks for this news. But, I have seen our Hasina Bibi claiming so many things about this COVID injections.

She paid for medicine, syringe, planes for transport, buying special freezer to safekeeping and thousand others. She claims that because of all these expenses incurred, the FE reserves have gone down.

The benevolent America has paid for almost all the expenses except local transportation and injection.
 
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Thanks for this news. But, I have seen our Hasina Bibi claiming so many things about this COVID injections.

She paid for medicine, syringe, planes for transport, buying special freezer to safekeeping and thousand others. She claims that because of all these expenses incurred, the FE reserves have gone down.

The benevolent America has paid for almost all the expenses except local transportation and injection.

Hasina traded cheap oil from Russia for free jabs from USA.

There are no free lunches, you twat!!!

Hasina maximises her geopolitical cards to get goodies for Bangladesh.

And ask why Uncle Sam is still doing so poorly on covid.

Administering the vaccine is a skilled job executed by BD government. And not so well in USA.

It’s an irony that I have assimilated to the white middle class way of life whereas you still dong the lungi. But worship the white men’s “benevolence”! And I am always sceptical of a whiteman pretending to be kind!
 

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