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Resuming the vaccination of the medical staff against the coronavirus, upon the arrival of the new batch of vaccines.

The Director of Preparedness and Emergency at the Ministry of Health Dr. Tawfiq Hassaba announced that the process of administering the coronavirus vaccine to health and administrative staff working in hospitals will resume this month after the arrival of a new batch of vaccines.

Resuming the vaccination of the medical staff against the coronavirus, upon the arrival of the new batch of vaccines.

The Director of Preparedness and Emergency at the Ministry of Health Dr. Tawfiq Hassaba announced that the process of administering the coronavirus vaccine to health and administrative staff working in hospitals will resume this month after the arrival of a new batch of vaccines.

Hassaba indicated that this batch targets 50000 working cadres in the hospitals in its various departments, which include doctors, nurses, technicians and administrators from various governorates, so that the vaccine is given in 2 doses with an interval of 21 days.

The Director of Readiness indicated that 2500 health workers in isolation departments who are in direct contact with the coronavirus patients have benefited from the last batch of vaccine, which was presented by a friendly country, and announced on the 25th of February.

He pointed out that the process of administering the vaccine to the cadres working in hospitals and health centers will continue with the arrival of any batch of vaccines, after which the vaccination will be directed to the cadres working in the education sectors according to the older age groups.

He also clarified an account that upon the arrival of the batch of vaccines that include a million doses from the World Health Organization, the vaccine will be available to everyone.

Noting that the Ministry of Health plan until the end of 2021 includes giving the vaccine to 20-25% of the citizens in Syria according to the arrival of the batches.

It’s noteworthy that the Syrian embassy in China had announced a few days ago that a limited batch of the coronavirus vaccine had arrived in Syria, which had been allocated to workers fighting the epidemic, provided that another batch of large quantities would reach the country in the near future.

Resuming the vaccination of the medical staff against the coronavirus, upon the arrival of the new batch of vaccines.

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