A transfer of Covid-19 immunizations, "blessing" from India, arrived at Bangladesh today.
An Air India plane conveying the punches of Covishield, the Covid immunization created by the University of Oxford and AstraZeneca and produced by Serum Institute of India, arrived at Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport at 11:23 am.
Trucks were seen holding up at the air terminal to get antibodies.
Prior in the first part of the day, the plane conveying the transfer left Mumbai for Dhaka, detailed our New Delhi reporter.
The immunizations are under India's award help program for nations in South Asian area, Indian External Affairs Ministry representative Anurag Srivastava said in a Twitter alongside a photograph.
"Next stop Bangladesh! Transfer of Indian made Covid immunizations takes off for Bangladesh! #VaccineMaitri #NeighbourhoodFirst," he tweeted.
Another plane conveying the immunizations under the program for Nepal left Delhi for Kathmandu.
India's provisions to Bangladesh and Nepal came only a day after comparative transfers were shipped off the Maldives and Bhutan.