Muscat: The Supreme Committee on #COVID19 23rd Press Conference today , February 25, 2021
Minister of Health: The Sultanate has reserved 200,000 doses of Johnson & Johnson vaccine .
Minister of Health : Positive examination reached more than 20% for those coming from some countries that have been banned to come the sultanate.
Minister of Health : Many of those placed in institutional quarantine evade compliance with sanitary measures.
Minister of Health :Unfortunately, the epidemiological situation is very worrying
Minister of Health: There is a shortage of vaccines at the global level, and the Sultanate was one of the first countries out of 30 countries to receive the vaccine
Minister of Health urges health workers to receive the vaccine at the designated centers
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