BD School Student Vaccine Registration 2022 Online by Surokkha app. School students between the ages of 12 and 17 are prohibited from going to school after January 12 if they do not have at least one dose of the vaccine. Education Minister Deepu Mani has asked them to take classes online from their homes until they are vaccinated.
“The situation is at the same level as the infection has increased last year, so we are not thinking of closing down educational institutions for the time being,” the education minister said at a press conference at the secretariat on Monday.
We are rather trying to bring all of the students under the scanner and continue classes because the omicron that is now at home risks affecting students through other family members even if they are at home.”
BD School Student Vaccine Registration 2022 Online by Surokkha app
First, visit the official website surokkha.gov.bd/birth-reg-enroll.
provide your birth certificate number, date of birth in the specific field.
fill up the captcha code.
Click on the verify button.
Now, provide your name and mobile number.
select the vaccination center under your city corporation area or other City, Zila, Upazila, Thana, Union, etc.
Finally, click on the complete registration option.
After clicking on the option, you will receive the OTP code. By entering this code, you can complete the covid-19 registration process.
Stating that it is planned to complete at least one dose of immunization for students between the ages of 12 and 18 by January 31, the minister said they will no longer need registration to get vaccinated. Earlier this month, the Cabinet directed that students above the age of 12 years who have not yet been vaccinated should be barred from going to school for the time being. In this regard, the Education Minister said that the decision is also in place, which will come into effect from January 12. “Those who cannot get vaccinated in the meantime will take classes online or on TV. We will also arrange assignments.”
“There are fewer infections among under-12s and they are not asked to be vaccinated on the advice of the World Health Organization, so these students are able to go to school without receiving the vaccine,” he said.However, students suffering from incurable diseases are being asked to attend classes online instead of going to school for the time being. He said that even if the decision to close the school is not taken, the government will monitor the situation in depth and they will discuss the situation regularly and take further decision. After a week, the Ministry of Education will once again sit with the National Advisory Committee on Covid-19.