Gulf Today's Pakistani staffer Agha Riaz, 49, said, “Sharjah’s arrangements are very impressive. Volunteers are very helpful before the vaccine is being administered on you. “Doctors carry out a thorough consultation for up to 10-15 minutes..."
"We call on the public to investigate the accuracy and always take data from their official sources and to refrain from questioning the efforts of all those who have worked to contain this pandemic,” says official.
DHA announces that it is providing the Oxford-AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine. It is part of DHA’s commitment to provide the public a choice of different vaccines.
Dubai’s health authorities are on track to administer COVID-19 vaccination to 100% of its adult population by the fourth quarter of 2021.
The pandemic has wreaked havoc on humanity. It has affected all spheres of activity including economic. But despite pressing times the UAE stands tall (“UAE leads as most competitive emerging market in GCC,” Feb. 9, Gulf Today).
Around 300 volunteers will be enrolled and first inoculations are expected this month, Oxford said. AstraZeneca has a target to produce 3 billion doses this year and aims to produce over 200 million doses per month by April.
That over 40 per cent of the country’s population has received the covid vaccine is a very healthy sign, literally. The report states that the country is on track to meeting their vaccination target. Very encouraging indeed (“UAE vaccination drive covered 40%
The health authorities said, “Adhering to all the vaccine doses and to all recommended precautionary measures, such as wearing a mask, social distancing and washing hands, would stop the spread of COVID-19 virus in the society.”
The Ministry of Health and Prevention succeeded in providing the vaccine to 3,480,415 residents, which is 44.89% of the target. The vaccine was also given to 57.66% of residents over 60 years old.