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Ctg medical colleges also open

14 September 2021

Chattogram Bureau :
After being closed for a long time, all government and private medical colleges and nursing institutes have reopened in Chattogram from today (Monday).
Dean of the Medical Faculty and Principal of Chattogram Medical College Prof Dr Sahena Akhter said "We have all the preparations to open the colleges, he said. Instructions have been given to government medical colleges as well as private medical colleges.
Dr. Sahena said work is underway to bring 100 per cent students under vaccination. So far most students have completed the first dose of the vaccine. And in a few days all the students will come under the vaccine.
Apart from Government Medical College, private USTC Institute of Applied Health Sciences, BGC Trust Medical College, Southern Medical College, Chattogram Maternal and Child Hospital Medical College, Marine City Medical College, Chattogram International Medical College and Chattogram International Dental College are also starting teaching.

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