COVID-19 vaccine drive continues in various regions, states

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Locals get jabbed against COVID-19 in Mon State.

DOCTORS and nurses from public hospitals, Tatmadaw medical teams, healthcare workers and volunteers are working hard to administer COVID-19 vaccines in different states and regions as the vaccination programme is one of the most important activities in the prevention, control and treatment of COVID-19 disease.
The COVID-19 vaccine is inoculated daily to target groups regardless of race or religion, including Buddhist monks and nuns, local people over the age of 40, students, religious leaders, prisoners, people with disabilities, ethnic armed organizations, people with chronic diseases, people in IDP camps and over 12-year-old students, respectively.
On 26 March, doctors and nurses from public hospitals, medical teams from the Tatmadaw, relevant healthcare workers in collaboration with volunteers injected COVID-19 vaccines to 6,511 people from 14 townships in Mon and Kayin states, 330 people from Tamway Township in Yangon Region, 14,390 people from 26 townships in Ayeyawady Region, 9,074 people from eight townships in Rakhine State, 49,109 people from seven districts in Mandalay Region and 270 people from Htantabin Townships in Bago Region, respectively.
It is reported that officials from the respective Military Commands visited the sites and coordinated where necessary. — MNA

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