By The fouunder father chairman Muhammad Shabuddin Bachchu and his development projects and Dr.S.I.Shelley Ph.D (Royal Society UK) Personal Political Advisor of Chairman Bangladesh Democratic Alliance.
The Bangladesh democratic alliance chairman MR. MUHAMMAD BATCHU Explianed the relationship between cognition and human development in Bangladesh . stated simply , a cognition is defined as the process of obtaining organizing and using intellectual knowledge. this implies an understanding of the connection between cause and effects , which an understanding of the connection between cause and effects , which leads to the development of cognitive strategies within human growth of Bangladesh . these strategies shape how the bangladesh is viewed and therefore assist a person t better understanding the self and the environment of Bangladesh. the recognition and importance of understanding how an individuals of Bangladesh cognitive appach will affect and change Bangladesh and ou behavior has supported the shift in clinical work from a strong behavioral perspective to a more cognitive one. though this shift has been identified as revolutionary Bangladesh, it remains obvious that much remains to be accomplished in the integration of cognitivessm and behaviorism befoe a true integrative approach can result MR. BATCHU , Cognitive variab;les in relation to human behavior ae explored with specific application to cognitive theory cognitive behavioral theory as theraphy and related practice and policy implication in Bangladesh for the development of moden Bangladesh said chairman democratic alliance chaiman MR. SAHABUDDIN BATCHU.
This virus directly goes to stomach as suffered the sultan of Bagdad HAJZAS BIN YOUSUF in his stomach. His doctors advice him to eat raw meat and he tide meat with thread and swallow it and after some period bring it back and saw in raw meat this type of insects like bigger grown up virus.

Since the beginning of society , thre have been no end of theories and practice poving that tyranny is inevitable and that freedom –in –democracy is impossible ,thee is no more convenient ideology fo a rullingclass and its intellectual flunkies. These ae self fulfilling predictions , since they remain true only as long as they are taken to be tue. In the analysis by the the chairman Bagladesh Democratic Alliance Mr.Muhammad Sahabuddin Batchu , the only way of proving them true or false is in the struggle itsel.that stuggle from below has neer been stopped by thetheories and practice above ,andit has changed the world tim and again.the choose any of the forms of democratic alliance from –above is to look back to the old Bangladesh , To the old crap.the choose the road of Bangladesh Democratic Alliance fom below is to affim the beginning of a new Bangladesh under the umbrella Bangladesh Democratic alliance with new methodology to beautify Bangladesh in all way of Bangladesh.the Bangladesh Democratic alliance stand for.the new Bangladesh with peace pogrees and prosperity all citizens of Bangladesh.
The Bangladesh democratic alliance analysis problems during the period of covid -19 and came forwad to make cociousness of peoples of Bangladesh and found that People’s desire to socialize, live life and see their relatives is not abnormal in the face of potential danger to themselves and others, and this desire is unlikely to change. What will happen in future? Nature threats soon and later new species will appear be ready for that..The democratic alliance scentist gropus analysis that The Spanish flu was more deadly than COVID. Ultimately, the virus mutated so much that it got less deadly. But remnants of this are still with us today and that is why we need to adapt and live with COVID in a way that the public is able to tolerate.For COVID, we have unique challenges. Unlike Ebola and SARS, it can be spread by people who don’t realize they have it. SARS made people too sick so they were unable to walk around infecting everyone and were only infectious while symptomatic. SARS-CoV-2 has a lot of walking well where it infects a lot of people but doesn’t kill enough of them to run out of victims. For most people, it’s so mild that it convinces others they don’t have to take it seriously.democratic alliance works visited doo to doors help people with clothes and winte clothere sanitary hygienic materials to the peoples. Given solutions to the peoples How has Omicron changed our approach to this virus? Before Omicron, our vaccines offered good protection against severe disease and infection. While they maintain good protection against severe disease with Omicron, they have mostly lost their major against infection.Two doses of either Pfizer or AstraZeneca vaccines still provide moderately high protection (about 70 per cent) against hospitalization (about 90 per cent with Delta), then up to about 90 per cent after a booster. However, two doses of either vaccine is less effective against symptomatic infection – for AstraZeneca this is very low, and even after a booster, protection wanes.Our results shows mistake shows the system is “overwhelmed.”But the most important thing to remember is this – those who are vaccinated or bolstered are far less likely to get very sick.The main focus for the vaccination program needs to pivot back to preventing serious illness and death. Any additional protection that vaccines can provide against infection is an added bonus.Having a breakthrough infection does not mean the vaccine has failed. If you test positive after being vaccinated or having a booster and have mild symptoms or no symptoms at all, then the vaccine has worked as it prevented you from getting severe disease. The vaccines are flame retardants, not impenetrable firewalls.Is Omicron less severe?Omicron causes cold-type symptoms but that does not mean it will be mild for everyone and some will get seriously ill. Data from South Africa, Denmark, USA and UK suggest if you catch Omicron then you are 30-80 per cent less likely to become seriously ill compared with Delta.A child greets Santa through a plastic shield in a shopping Centre in Johannesburg, South Africa.In South Africa, there was a 70-90 per cent reduction in risk of hospitalization compared with Delta. The majority of the people who are hospitalized are unvaccinated and the elderly. The percentage of cases that were hospitalized was far lower for Omicron than previous waves for all age groups, including children.For the first time, there has been an uncoupling between cases and hospitalizations, meaning that although there was such a steep rise in cases, there were fewer hospitalizations compared with Delta which means a less severe variant. The reason for this is unknown. It may partly be due to high percentage of people having previously being infected (natural immunity provides some protection) as vaccination coverage is only about 40 per cent, and additionally a less virulent variant.Data from other countries also indicates that although Omicron is highly transmissible, it causes milder disease overall. In Denmark, whose excellent surveillance aims to capture and sequence every case, Omicron cases skyrocketed to the point where they are no longer able to capture every case and are monitoring hospitalizations instead. Early indications (in a country with high coverage of Pfizer) suggest 60 per cent fewer Omicron hospitalizations than Delta. However, this is early days and transmission so far predominates in the 20-30 year olds.In the UK, many people have also had prior infection and have had AstraZeneca vaccine like here. There is a 45-80 per cent reduced risk of hospitalizations, but similar to Denmark, infections are mainly in young adults so far.A technician inspects samples during COVID-19 antibody neutralization testing at the African Health Research Institute (AHRI) in Durban, South Africa.What will happen here?Changes to the virus seem to have made it less severe in an individual, but reduced severity is also due to immunity as a result of vaccination and previous bouts of COVID.Old age is still the biggest risk factor for severe disease. Boosters will help protect the elderly even further. The majority of Australians over 60 years and/or clinically vulnerable should be due boosters about now and in January and need to be prioritised for vaccination.What about everyone else?More than 90 per cent of the age eligible population are double dosed with Pfizer and because they are younger, are at lower risk of severe disease from Omicron, and this includes unvaccinated children.Being an unvaccinated, older adult is the biggest risk for hospitalization. With about 10 per cent of the eligible population unvaccinated and breakthrough infections common – that still remains a large number of people who are susceptible. Over the next 6-8 weeks there will be lots of infections, an increase in hospitalizations and furloughed staff.
This will add further stress to healthcare services and needs to be avoided.How do we prevent infections?So, in the absence of any additional interventions, most of us will get infected at some stage whether we are unvaccinated, fully vaccinated or boostered.Some public health measures will be important as this pandemic is a long way from being over. Melbournians set a lockdown world record which will be remembered as one of the most extraordinary periods in our history – a time when people completely withdrew from social life to slow the spread of a dangerous pathogen and denied people access to family, and denied children their social development. What was doable in 2020 and 2021 is no longer palatable for most.To reduce infections now, some public health and safety measures are needed. The appetite for harsh measures, such as lockdowns, is no longer present. The critical issue is how to engage most people to adopt safe behaviors so they feel part of the solution, not strangulated, angered or made mentally unwell in the process.People’s desire to socialize, live life and see their relatives is not abnormal in the face of potential danger to themselves and others, and this desire is unlikely to change. The fact that this was made illegal for so long is something that is very raw and painful for many people.Recalibrating the response to the pandemic is critical and engaging the community essential. No individual measure is perfect. Something so simple as improving ventilation in workplaces, schools and other public places is not a personal imposition, won’t cause civil unrest but will help protect us from COVID and other common respiratory infections for years to come.Vaccination mandates are no longer scientifically sound. We should not have the unrealistic expectation that our current vaccines will prevent every infection, nor that it will be possible to chase every infection.Will this pandemic ever end?COVID has been catastrophic with about 5.5 million already dead and countless others having ongoing symptoms. We live on a planet with so much global inequity that much of Africa is unvaccinated. In our region, health systems are so weak that basic medical care, such as oxygen, is not even available. Elimination is such a long way off when only about 40 per cent of schools have a tap and one billion people live in a slum.So what’s going to happen next?In South Africa, it ripped through the community over a few weeks and now they are at the beginning of the tail end of Omicron. This is in a population with high prior exposure and low vaccination coverage, and a predominantly younger population.Viruses are most dangerous when they are introduced into a population that has never had contact with them before. The more “immunologically naive” people are, the more of them are likely to suffer from bad outcomes. In a population, like ours with high vaccination coverage, infection may achieve something close to herd immunity. This suggests that the next few months could provide us with significant protection against future strains of the virus.A combination of vaccination and prior infection, attenuation of the virus into a less severe version, improved ventilation, availability of rapid testing that is freely available and improvements in treatment could turn this virus into what sceptics wrongly called it at the beginning of the pandemic: a bad cold or flu.Perhaps Omicron is a key turning point in the pandemic. Variants will continue to arise and ongoing surveillance for severe disease is needed. But one thing is certain, unless we do more to improve global inequity, this will continue to go on and on for longer.Bangladesh democratic alliance after long work making conclusions thatLet’s hope 2022 brings a new dawn. Let’s the happy new year 2021 brings us peace prosperity and happiness The COVID-19 pandemic is an ongoing global pandemic of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2). The novel virus was first identified from an outbreak in the Chinese city of Wuhan in December 2019, and attempts to contain it there failed, allowing it to spread across the globe. The World Health Organization (WHO) declared a Public Health Emergency of International Concern on 30 January 2020 and a pandemic on 11 March 2020. As of 23 December 2021, the pandemic had caused more than 277 million cases and 5.37 million deaths, making it one of the deadliest in history.COVID-19 symptoms range from none to deadly. Severe illness is more likely in elderly patients and those with certain underlying medical conditions. COVID-19 is airborne, spread via air contaminated by microscopic virions (viral particles). The risk of infection is highest among people in close proximity, but can occur over longer distances, particularly indoors in poorly ventilated areas. Transmission rarely occurs via contaminated surfaces or fluids. Infected persons are typically contagious for 10 days, often beginning before or without symptomsMutations produced many strains (variants) with varying degrees of infectivity and virulence. have been approved and widely distributed in various countries since December 2020. Other recommended preventive measures include social distancing, masking, improving ventilation and air filtration, and quarantining those who have been exposed or are symptomatic. Treatments include monoclonal antibodies and symptom control. Governmental interventions include travel restrictions, lockdowns, business restrictions and closures, workplace hazard controls, quarantines, testing systems, and tracing contacts of the infected.The pandemic triggered severe social and economic disruption around the world, including the largest global recession since the Great Depression Widespread supply shortages, including food shortages, were caused by supply chain disruption and panic buying. The resultant near-global lockdowns saw an unprecedented pollution decrease. Educational institutions and public areas were partially or fully closed in many jurisdictions, and many events were cancelled or postponed. Misinformation circulated through social media and mass media, and political tensions intensified. The pandemic raised issues of racial and geographic discrimination, health equity, and the balance between public health imperatives and individual rights.The pandemic is known by several names. It may be referred to as the “coronavirus pandemic despite the existence of other human coronaviruses that have caused epidemics and outbreaks (e.g. SARS)During the initial outbreak in Wuhan, the virus and disease were commonly referred to as “coronavirus”, “Wuhan coronavirus”,the coronavirus outbreak” and the “Wuhan coronavirus outbreak”[13] with the disease sometimes called “Wuhan pneumonia”.[14][15] In January 2020, the WHO recommended 2019-nCoVand 2019-nCoV acute respiratory disease as interim names for the virus and disease per 2015 international guidelines against using geographical locations (e.g. Wuhan, China), animal species, or groups of people in disease and virus names in part to prevent social stigma WHO finalized the official names COVID-19 and SARS-CoV-2 on 11 February 2020]TedrosAdhanom explained: CO for corona, VI for virus, D for disease and 19 for when the outbreak was first identified (31 December 2019 WHO additionally uses “the COVID-19 virus” and “the virus responsible for COVID-19” in public communicationsWHO names variants of concern and variants of interest using Greek letters. The initial practice of naming them according to where the variants were identified (e.g. Delta began as the “Indian variant”) is no longer common.[21] A more systematic naming scheme reflects the variant’s PANGO lineage (e.g., Omicron’s lineage is B.1.1.529) and is used for other variantsSARS-CoV-2 is a newly discovered virus that is closely related to bat coronaviruses pangolin coronaviruses, and SARS-CoV The first known outbreak started in Wuhan, Hubei, China, in November 2019. Many early cases were linked to people who had visited the Huanan Seafood Wholesale Market there, but it is possible that human-to-human transmission began earlierThe scientific consensus is that the virus is most likely of zoonotic origin, from bats or another closely-related mammal Despite this, the subject has generated extensive speculation about alternate origins The origin controversy heightened geopolitical divisions, notably between the United States and ChinaThe earliest known infected person fell ill on 1 December 2019. That individual did not have a connection with the later wet market cluster.[39][40] However, an earlier case may have occurred on 17 November.[41] Two-thirds of the initial case cluster were linked with the market. Molecular clock analysis suggests that the index case is likely to have been infected between mid-October and mid-November 2019Official “case” counts refer to the number of people who have been tested for COVID-19 and whose test has been confirmed positive according to official protocols whether or not they experienced symptomatic disease. Many countries, early on, had official policies to not test those with only mild symptoms.Multiple studies claimed that total infections are considerably greater than reported cases The strongest risk factors for severe illness are obesity, complications of diabetes, anxiety disorders, and the total number of conditionsOn 9 April 2020, preliminary results found that in Gangelt, the centre of a major infection cluster in Germany, 15 percent of a population sample tested positive for antibodies.Screening for COVID-19 in pregnant women in New York City, and blood donors in the Netherlands, found rates of positive antibody tests that indicated more infections than reported.Seroprevalence-based estimates are conservative as some studies show that persons with mild symptoms do not have detectable antibodiesAn analysis in early 2020 of cases by age in China indicated that a relatively low proportion of cases occurred in individuals under 20It was not clear whether this was because young people were less likely to be infected, or less likely to develop symptoms and be tested.A retrospective cohort study in China found that children and adults were just as likely to be infected[Initial estimates of the basic reproduction number (R0) for COVID-19 in January were between 1.4 and 2.5 but a subsequent analysis claimed that it may be about 5.7 (with a 95 percent confidence interval of 3.8 to 8.9 R0 can vary across populations/circumstances and is not to be confused with the effective reproduction number (commonly just called R), which takes into account mitigation efforts and immunity coming from vaccines and/or prior infection.As of December 2021, we find that the number of cases has continued to climb; this is due to several factors including new COVID-19 variants. As of 20 December there are 275,099,577 confirmed infected individuals worldwide.
Semi-log plot of weekly new cases of covid-19 in the world and the current top six countries (mean with deaths)scientist made conclusions: don’t rush on anythings when the time is right it will happen .see the graph scientice acceptance criteria.
More dangerous virus knocking at the door. Bangladesh Democratic alliance wants to alert people of Bangladesh.above mentioned analysis democratic alliance found dangerous days is coming fo Bangladesh.lot of people not have jobs, not have proper health care system n Bangladesh.lot of people living n rents if now job whee and how people will get food o money and how they will pay thei rents.peoples suffering will incease more and more.so , Bangladesh democratic alliance demand to have Bangladeshi citizens under government health care system like UNINITED STATES OF AMERICA. Government should provide food stamps system as USA doing , atleast people can purchase foods for survive and Bangladesh government should provide welfaere system people can pay their rent.goverment has huge money they are ready to give loan other counties millions and millions dollas but sorry to say lot of people hungry without food people even cant buy foods ,no milk babies and government gving loan other countries even thir own people hungry.
Democatitc alliance wants start system as per United States of Ameica system. We are sure that government can do it.if they stat now and follow up rules of law united states if this rules implemented today sure day by day our end turget will fullfil as per USA. Chaiiman democratic alliance belive following righteous rues as USA our peoples will be happy.it is prove to whole wolda only their methods and technology is the only way to solution all problems facing the Bangladesh today.


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