Around 67,000 people vaccinated against COVID-19 in Mafraq

Jordan

Published: 2021-06-07 17:56

Last Updated: 2021-06-20 23:44


Around 67,000 people vaccinated against COVID-19 in Mafraq
Around 67,000 people vaccinated against COVID-19 in Mafraq

Around 67,000 people, including Syrian refugees, have been vaccinated against the coronavirus in the Mafraq Governorate since the beginning of the vaccination campaign in Jordan on Jan. 13.

According to the northern region's health director, Hani Elimat, the vaccination process was carried out at Chest Diseases Centres, Al-Khalidiya Health Centre, King Talal Military Hospital, Northern Badia Government Hospital and the Zaatari refugee camp as well as by mobile teams.

He called on citizens to register to receive the coronavirus vaccine.