Aden – Saba
The Ministry of Public Health and Population is preparing to receive 151,000 new doses of the novel coronavirus vaccine.
Deputy Minister, Dr. Ali Al-Walidi, said in a press conference in Aden, that the ministry will receive 151,000 doses of Johnson & Johnson vaccine next week, out of Yemen’s quota of 504,000 doses, while 360,000 doses of AstraZeneca vaccine will arrive in mid-August.
He said the ministry will plan their distribution to the different governorates after completing the instructions manual for that.
The ministry had launched today an electronic platform, via the ministry's website, with the aim of facilitating the procedures for those applying for vaccination.
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