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Dala begins COVID-19 jabs for factory workers

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A local gets the first shot of Covid vaccine in Dala Township.

Intending to prevent the spreading of COVID-19, Dala township began the first dose of COVID-19 vaccination for factory workers on 13 September 2021 at Township Public Hospital.
Township Public Health Department staff provided the first jabs of COVID-19 vaccines to 352 workers from restaurants, grocery stores, ports, saving and loans enterprises, fuel oil stations, fisheries depots, rice mills, wages workers from electricity offices, trishaw stands and shipyard at 9 am to 3 pm.
The officials from the Township General Administration Department and members of the Township Red Cross Society are also cooperating with the vaccination programme.
The vaccines were administered in line with the COVID-19 guidelines set by the Ministry of Health, and health awareness talks were given to the vaccinated people.
Dala Township has given the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine to 5319 people including 880 people over 65 years of age, 39 government and private health workers, 386 volunteers from charity organizations, six people from home for the aged, 176 vulnerable monks and nuns, 488 civil staffs, 815 civil staffs’ family members, 44 private bankers, 249 private factories workers, 25 hotel industries workers, 13 prisoners, 601 transportation staff and 1,603 supermarket staff.
Authorities are also carrying out to provide the second dose of COVID-19 vaccines to those who have had the first dose of the vaccine, according to the Township Committee on Control and Emergency Response to COVID-19. — Naing Lin Kyaw (IPRD)/GNLM

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