Five countries agreed autumn and winter seasons as “crucial period” for Covid-19

Bangladesh, China, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka have vowed to strengthen information sharing and coordination of policies and actions to cope with the impact of the second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic

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Five countries agreed autumn and winter seasons as

Dhaka Bureau Policy Times : Bangladesh, China, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka have vowed to strengthen information sharing and coordination of policies and actions to cope with the impact of the second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic.The five countries agreed that the autumn and winter seasons are a “crucial period” for Covid-19 containment.

To jointly defeat Covid-19, protect people’s life, safety and health, and accelerate economic and social recovery and development, China, Bangladesh, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka held a vice ministerial-level video conference on November 10. In a spirit of mutual trust, openness and win-win cooperation, the five countries welcome other regional countries to join the cooperation against Covid-19 and are ready to engage in dialogue and communication with them, it said.

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Five countries agreed autumn and winter seasons as "crucial period" for Covid-19
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Bangladesh, China, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka have vowed to strengthen information sharing and coordination of policies and actions to cope with the impact of the second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic
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