No matter how much money it takes, we will come up with more vaccines: PM


Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has said that the corona vaccine will be collected in any way to save the lives of the people. We are bringing more vaccines.

No matter how much money is spent, we will come up with more vaccines. She said this on Sunday at a function to provide cash assistance of Rs 2,500 to about 3.6 million low-income families as part of humanitarian aid to fight the Corona epidemic. Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina She inaugurated the event by virtually joining the residence Ganobhaban.

DCs of Bhola, Joypurhat and Chittagong were virtually connected to the event. This financial assistance from the Prime Minister will reach the general public directly through mobile banking services cash, bKash, Rocket and SureCash. As long as the corona vaccine is on the market, the government will continue its best efforts, she said. I'm doing.

But to save the lives of the people, we are giving all these vaccines free of cost. The Prime Minister warned everyone to follow the hygiene rules.

She said that whether one is vaccinated against corona or not, one has to follow the hygiene rules to survive in corona. Later, the Prime Minister spoke to the financially aided people of Bhola, Joypurhat and Chittagong. Allocated money.

As soon as the second wave of Corona started, the Prime Minister immediately directed the people to ensure financial assistance. After announcing a severe lockdown in the country from April 14, the working and low-income people of the society became unemployed.

Therefore, at the direction of the Prime Minister, the Ministry of Disaster Management and Relief immediately allocated Tk. 590 crore to the field level administration to ensure the livelihood of the marginalized people. In addition to other financial assistance, the Prime Minister's Relief Fund allocated Tk 10 crore for the DCs of each district for emergency relief to the extremely poor. Besides, the Prime Minister has already provided financial assistance of Tk 10 crore on his own initiative for the journalists who lost their jobs due to coronary injury.

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