Vaccination at DU medical centre from today
Published: 08:40 AM, 4 October 2021
The Dhaka University (DU) authorities have set up a temporary vaccination centre for its teachers, students, officials and employees which is scheduled to begin on Monday at the university's Martyred Intellectual Dr Muhammad Murtaza Medical Centre.
The temporary vaccination campaign will be inaugurated at 9:30 am today which will be continued till October 17.
DU students, teachers and officials and employees will be able to receive vaccine through on-spot registration with NID or the Identity Card of the university based on some conditions.
However, initially, vaccines will be provided to only the people have NID card, added the release.
Those who registered for vaccine with the following centers - Dhaka Medical College Hospital, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University Hospital, Government Employee Hospital and Sheikh Hasina National Institute of Burn and Plastic Surgery - but did not get the vaccine yet will also be able to get vaccinated in the campaign.
Students, who get first doze of vaccine from the mentioned centers, will be able to receive second doze from university's temporary vaccination centre.
However, students who registered for vaccine from other centers will have to receive vaccines from the respective center.
The drive for second dose will begin from November 1.