A hundred of theatrical professionals vaccinated against COVID-19 in Yangon

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A theatrical performer receive anti-COVID-19 vaccine at National University of Arts and Culture in Yangon.  PHOTO : Zaw Zaw Latt

Former theatrical professionals and current members of the Myanmar Theatrical Association were vaccinated against the COVID-19 disease yesterday morning at the National University of Arts and Culture in Yangon.
Healthcare workers from the Ministry of Health and Sports administered the vaccines to a total of 100 members of the association after their medical examination.
The COVID-19 vaccination to theatrical professionals is carried out both in Yangon and Mandalay yesterday at the same time, and the second dose will be provided on 20 September.—Ko Ko Zaw (MNA)/GNLM

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