Bangladesh will get at least 106,000 doses of the Pfizer vaccine under the Covax facility on 2 June.
Health Minister Zahid Maleque made the disclosure on Tuesday night, saying they received assurance in this regard.
Earlier on 12 May, China handed over 5 lakh doses of Sinopharm Covid-19 vaccine to Bangladesh as "special gift."
Bangladesh received the first-ever Covid-19 vaccine consignment from India on 21 January, while the latter had earlier sent 20 million doses as gifts as part of its "neighbourhood first" policy.
Later, during the visit of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Bangladesh got another 1.2 million doses as gifts.
Apart from the gifts, Bangladesh purchased 30 million doses of the India-made vaccine under a tripartite memorandum of understanding signed on 5 November last year, and a subsequent agreement on 13 December, among the Bangladesh government, Beximco Pharmaceuticals, and the Serum Institute of India.
As per the agreement, Bangladesh was supposed to receive five million doses per month. But after the first consignment was sent, Dhaka received 20 lakh doses in the second one on 22 February. No other consignment has arrived from India since then.