Al-Gomhouria: This is how the vaccines will be distributed in Lebanon, starting from February

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With regard to vaccinations, Al-Jumhuriya learned that two million and 400 vaccines will arrive in Lebanon successively, starting from February, the first quantity of 40,000 will be distributed to the medical and nursing staff, but in March, 100,000 vaccinations will arrive every week, and during the month of April 250,000 vaccines will arrive every week From «Pfizer».

The vaccine, which is taken in two doses, will secure the vaccination of one million two hundred thousand citizens, and until now there are 300,000 infected with Corona who will not be vaccinated. As for the rest of the vaccines, they will arrive through the Kovacs platform from other companies, and starting from Monday, the Minister of Health will launch an electronic application that allows every Lebanese citizen to enter and submit The necessary information for everyone who wants to get the vaccine and provide him with all the necessary information.

400 people will be vaccinated daily through 35 centers distributed in all Lebanese regions inside the hospitals, and the hospitals have been specifically chosen because electricity is secured in them 24/24 and their refrigerators have been examined, which was found most of them kept at -100 degrees, which means that the vaccine that needs to be cooled To -70 will be available and safe.

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