The centre will provide COVID-19 vaccinations for children aged 3 to 16 years.
Speaking about the centre, Dr. Noura Khamis Al Ghaithi, Chief Operations Officer of Ambulatory Health Services, SEHA, said, "As part of SEHA’s mission to ensure the highest standards of quality healthcare for all, we are pleased to announce the launch of the Ettihad Heroes Healthcare Centre.
Through increasing the number of COVID-19 vaccines administered to children, we believe this will strengthen and further enhance the current efforts made by the United Arab Emirates in protecting our community and paving the road to recovery."
The location of Ettihad Heroes Healthcare Centre will be in the same location of the previous Al Ettihad Centre.
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Leading experts, officials, and researchers participating in an E-Symposium organised by Abu Dhabi-based Trends Research & Advisory stressed on the need for collective global efforts to develop a vaccine to combat the COVID-19 pandemic.
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