US announced to give 11.4 million to Bangladesh in Corona
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US announced to give 11.4 million to Bangladesh in Corona

The United States recently announced an additional 11.4 million in emergency assistance to Bangladesh through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). The US Embassy in Dhaka reported the information on Monday (August 9).

The assistance provided by the United States will help Bangladesh cope with the current situation of Covid by providing life-saving medical equipment and oxygen and accelerating the national effort to launch an effective Covid-19 vaccine campaign across the country.

The new assistance will also help strengthen the preventive measures taken to reduce virus transmission in the community of Bangladesh, as well as improve the quality of care and care provided to a growing number of patients across the country.

Earl Robert Miller, US Ambassador to Dhaka, said, “This increased grant through the historic American Rescue Plan is part of our ongoing support to Bangladesh in the fight against COVID-19.

The United States is the largest donor to Bangladesh’s COVID-19 countermeasures. America has been working as a close partner in the development of public health in Bangladesh for the past five decades. The partnership is more important than ever in this particularly challenging moment in the fight against the epidemic.

The United States Government has provided a total of more than 96 million, including this new fund, to support Bangladesh’s Covid-19 countermeasures since the beginning of the epidemic.

The US-provided Covid-19 assistance includes 5.5 million doses of modern vaccine and assistance in building the capacity to conduct national vaccination campaigns across the country.

The United States, meanwhile, has already pledged 2 billion in grants to support the global Covax vaccination effort, and has pledged another 2 billion to become the world’s largest donor to deliver the Covid-19 vaccine equitably to the people of the world.

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