Dubai is planning to inoculate 70% of its population with the COVID-19 vaccine produced by Pfizer and BioNTech by the end of 2021, in a campaign free of charge for citizens and residents, a health official said.
Dr Al Khaja said, 'In the first phase, Emiratis as well as residents above the age of 60 years, people of determination, people with chronic diseases, frontliners in the public and private sector and people in occupations with the highest COVID-19 risk are eligible...'
The total number of doses provided up to Friday stands at 2,339,073 with a rate of vaccine distribution of 23.65 doses per 100 people.
It goes without saying that France has a mind of its own. They perhaps do not accept things at face value, but would like to go to the core issue. Even if that involves anti-virus vaccines. This probing, sceptical nature has probably led to the fact that France
The rollout of the vaccines in various countries, presents an excellent opportunity to the retail trade, to contribute to the marathon task of vaccinating millions of citizens. Organised retailers like shopping malls and centres, have ample spaces in the restaurant and play areas.
The Ministry stressed that all those propagating fake information will be held legally accountable.
I have vaccine envy. There. I’ve confessed it. The thought of getting a COVID-19 vaccine makes me impatient, greedy, needy. I yearn for a vaccine the way some people want a mansion or a Tesla or Michelle Obama’s dresses.
Al Wahda returned to winning ways with a 4-1 victory over Hatta at Hamdan Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Stadium in matchweek 14 of the Arabian Gulf League, which is held under the slogan ‘Together We Recover’ in support of the country’s Covid-19 vaccination efforts.
Despite growing vaccine access, January is looking grim around the globe as the virus resurges and reshapes itself from Britain to Japan to California, filling hospitals and threatening livelihoods anew as governments lock down businesses and race