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Vaccination in hotspot cities can yield herd immunity

Banglsdesh daily corona cases lowest 4.73pc, rural areas seem safe

News Report: Vaccination in hotspot cities like Dhaka, Chattogram, Narayanganj and Gazipur first can yield 'herd immunity' in Bangladesh against the coronavirus as rural areas seem safe all through pandemic invasion. Some medical experts agreed on this idea as the country continued to record low incidence of the viral transmission with the latest rate dropping below a 'tolerable' five-percent level, at 4.73 percent on Saturday. "It's a good idea...I'll pursue it," said former health minister Prof Dr Ruhal Haque MP, now chairman of the parliamentary standing commiittee on the ministry, as the suggestion for vaccination in these cities only in the first phase came while the government plans nationwide drive. Health d...  read more>>

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