Health Ministry publishes list of centers where booster dose of vaccine is available Monday

Jordan

Published: 2021-10-18 10:45

Last Updated: 2021-11-29 08:03


Health Ministry publishes list of centers where booster dose of vaccine is available Monday
Health Ministry publishes list of centers where booster dose of vaccine is available Monday

The Ministry of Health is currently administering booster doses of the COVID-19 vaccine to people who have taken the first two doses over six months ago, without prior appointment.

The Ministry noted that the people who are allowed to receive the third dose are as follows:

-Those aged 60 or above.

-Health personnel.

-People who have immunodeficiency diseases.

-People who suffer from chronic illnesses, such as heart disease, high-blood pressure, diabetes and others.

-Those with a high risk of contracting the disease in terms of occupation, place of work, traits and genetic diseases.

The ministry called on those wishing to receive the booster dose of the vaccine to head to the following centers:

Irbid:
Al Hasan Sport City
Ramtha Comprehensive Health Center

Balqa:
Karama Health Center
New Madi Municipality
Old Salt Hospital

Zarqa:
Prince Faisal Hospital
Prince Hashem bin Al Hussein Military Hospital
New Zarqa Governmental Hospital

Madaba:
Professional Associations Complex

Tafilah:
Directorate of Health Affairs of Tafilah Governorate

Amman, the Capital:
Jordan University Hospital
AlHussein Public Parks (Gate No. 2 - Drive Through)
Prince Faisal Hall (Gate No. 1 - King Abdullah II City - Qweismeh)
Ya Hala Hall 2 - Al Hussein Sports City - Gate 1
Abu Nseir Comprehensive Health Center
Prince Hamzah Hospital

Aqaba:
Directorate of Health Affairs in Aqaba Governorate

Karak:
Comprehensive Health Center
Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein Military Hospital

Mafraq:
Chest Diseases Health Center - Health Affairs Directorate of Mafraq Governorate

Ajloun:
Ajloun Comprehensive Health Center

Ma’an:
Petra Comprehensive Health Center
Ma'an Comprehensive Health Center

Jerash:
Jerash Municipality