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ED: Let’s not pretend that the pandemic...

ED: Let’s not pretend that the pandemic...

Editorial

Thu, Oct 7 2021

People are still free to attend professional and social gatherings, but they must abide by these...

ED: Don’t underestimate the damage dengue...

ED: Don’t underestimate the damage dengue...

Editorial

Sun, Oct 3 2021

Dengue has so far claimed 68 lives this year

OP-ED: Covid-19 and the ‘mysterious’...

Covid-19 and the ‘mysterious’ resilience...

Dr Maliha Mannan Ahmed

Mon, Sep 20 2021

What worked and what didn’t in our handling of the pandemic

ED: Only by ensuring vaccine equity...

ED: Only by ensuring vaccine equity...

Editorial

Sat, Sep 18 2021

One of the most glaring injustices we are seeing currently is the sheer disparity of vaccine...

OP-ED: The other pandemic is...

The other pandemic is...

Vivek Menezes

Thu, Sep 16 2021

The countries with the most fake news about Covid-19 are the ones that bungled up the crisis

OP-ED: Do vaccine effects wane over...

OP-ED: Do vaccine effects wane over...

The Conversation

Thu, Sep 16 2021

Yes, but they still prevent illness and death 

OP-ED: ‘All we did was added...

'All we did was added...

Shafayat Nazam Rasul

Thu, Sep 16 2021

A randomized trial set up to demonstrate the effectiveness of masks was conducted across 600 villages...

OP-ED: When do you get a ‘breakthrough’...

OP-ED: When do you get a ‘breakthrough’...

The Conversation

Mon, Sep 13 2021

Four factors that increase the risk of vaccinated people getting Covid

ED: The fight against dengue can’t take...

ED: The fight against dengue can’t take...

Editorial

Mon, Aug 30 2021

For the sake of public health, we need to do a lot better

ED: Ramping up our vaccination...

ED: Ramping up our vaccination...

Editorial

Mon, Aug 23 2021

The total number of people vaccinated in Bangladesh accounts for only 4% of the country’s...

ED: Don’t let dengue cripple us

ED: Don’t let dengue cripple us

Editorial

Wed, Aug 18 2021

Our health care sector is already overwhelmed

OP-ED: When is reporting justified,...

OP-ED: When is reporting justified,...

The Conversation

Sun, Aug 15 2021

Should we tell stories of vaccine sceptics who have died of Covid?

OP-ED: Here comes the third wave

OP-ED: Here comes the third wave

Vivek Menezes

Fri, Aug 13 2021

India is staggering through one of the worst years in memory, and there seems to be no silver

ED: Dengue continues to wreak

ED: Dengue continues to wreak

Editorial

Mon, Aug 9 2021

The long-term solution beyond better prevention practices is increasing the capacity of our health care...

ED: Beating this pandemic, once and...

ED: Beating this pandemic, once and...

Tribune Editorial

Mon, Aug 9 2021

This is the sort of robust and widespread vaccination we need

OP-ED: Building a healthier nation

OP-ED: Building a healthier nation

Prakash Chandra Joshi

Thu, Aug 5 2021

Experiences from the James P Grant School of Public Health

OP-ED: This is not the time for...

OP-ED: This is not the time for...

Md Jahid Hashan

Tue, Aug 3 2021

Many of us still don’t seem to understand how serious Covid-19 is

ED: What matters more?

ED: What matters more?

Editorial

Mon, Aug 2 2021

In recent weeks, 25% of all Covid-related deaths took place in July alone at over 200 deaths per

ED: Do not ignore the rising threat...

ED: Do not ignore the rising threat...

Editorial

Mon, Aug 2 2021

No matter the disease, when people are affected, the health care system will inevitably be...

ED: Towards a more robust policy...

ED: Towards a more robust policy...

Editorial

Sun, Aug 1 2021

There have been confusing and half-hearted attempts to contain the virus

OP-ED: Where’s your mask?

OP-ED: Where’s your mask?

The Conversation UK

Tue, Jul 27 2021

When telling people to mask up, it’s best to avoid shaming them