The BNP chief received her first dose of Moderna vaccine on July 19
BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia has recovered from fever and body pain that she experienced as side effects after taking the first dose of the Covid-19 vaccine.
However, Khaleda is still suffering from heart, lung, and some other complications, said BNP chief’s personal physician Dr Al Mamun, on Friday.
The 76-year-old former prime minister, who recovered from Covid-19 two months back, has now been receiving medical treatment at her Gulshan house.
On July 19, Khaleda received the first dose of the Covid-19 vaccine (Moderna) at Sheikh Russel Gastro Liver Institute and Hospital in Dhaka. She is scheduled to get the second dose of the vaccine on August 19.
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On April 11, she tested positive for Covid-19 and was admitted to Evercare Hospital on April 27.
Later, the BNP chief tested negative for Covid-19 on May 8, 27 days after she had been infected with the deadly virus.
On June 19, she got back home from the hospital after 53 days of treatment for Covid-19 infections and other physical complications.
Amid the coronavirus outbreak, the government temporarily freed Khaleda Zia from jail through an executive order suspending her sentences on March 25 last year.