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The Ministry of Health and Prevention has announced that 131,939 doses of the #Covid19 vaccine were given in the past 24 hours.
The total number of doses provided up to today stands at 1,797,926 with a rate of vaccine distribution of 18.18 doses per 100 people.
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This is in line with the Ministry's plan to provide the #Covid19 vaccine to all members of society and efforts to reach acquired immunity resulting from the vaccination, which will help reduce the number of cases and control the Covid-19 virus.
The total number of doses provided to today stands at 2,571,086 with a rate of vaccine distribution of 26.00 doses per 100 people.
The announcement underscores the success of the campaign, which aims to achieve herd immunity and ensure recovery from the pandemic. It also highlights the confidence in the safety and efficiency of the vaccines provided for free by the country to the entire community.
Ahmed Mohamed Al Shaibani was one of the first people to contribute to the initiative, which not only is going to benefit the UAE but the whole humanity.
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