Muscat: Oman to receive 200,000 doses of covid vaccine per week from starting June
In a statement MOH said: His Excellency Dr. Ahmed bin Muhammad bin Obaid Al-Saeedi, Minister of Health, said that the Sultanate is expected to receive approximately 200,000 doses of the anti-Corona vaccine per week starting from next June, and the batches will continue to arrive, expressing his hope that the rate of vaccination in the Sultanate will exceed 30 to 35 Percent before the end of next August.
His Excellency called on the parents of the 12th grade students to encourage their children to be vaccinated against the Coronavirus disease Covid 19, pointing out that this disease is not limited to the elderly only and can affect all ages.
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