Nothing is more important than human life

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Preparations are being made to reopen schools at different levels as the infection rate is on the decrease in Myanmar. In this regard, vaccination against COVID-19 is being given to students aged 12 and above as part of creating a safe society at the schools.
As the Ministry of Health is striving for accelerating the momentum in taking preventive, control and treatment measures of COVID-19 across the nation, people need to abide by the health guidelines issued by the ministry in order to ensure success in the work process. Thanks to the systematic cooperation of the people, the infection rate in the country plunges to less than four per cent. Hence, all people need to strictly follow the health guidelines to reach zero COVID-19.

In vaccinating the students aged 12 and above, parents and teachers need to cooperate with the government with farsightedness for the creation of a safe learning society. It is because those who fail to receive the vaccines for various reasons will face loss in the outbreak of the disease. That is why all the people and those from the target groups need to take vaccinations against COVID-19 without fail as part of efforts for disinfection of the pandemic, especially in the learning society.

For the time being, the entire people are packing the burden of the pandemic. Hence, the government arranges the purchase of COVID-19 vaccines abroad and accepts the vaccines donated by foreign countries and well-wishers. Accordingly, COVID-19 vaccines can be jabbed at people in all parts of the country.
In this regard, the Head of State gave guidance, saying that nothing is more important than human life. In line with the guidance, 24 target groups including age-wise people, health staff, prisoners and inmates, those with disabilities, members of ethnic armed organizations, those from migrant groups and those at internally displaced person camps and students aged 12 and above were set for giving vaccinations.
Vaccinations for those from the target groups are arranged in the vaccination management information system. It aims not to leave anyone in the vaccination programme, not to discriminate gender, face, socio-economic status and politics. As a sort of evidence of healthcare services, the QR code certificates are delivered to the people as a piece of evidence for completion of being vaccinated.
In vaccinating the students aged 12 and above, parents and teachers need to cooperate with the government with farsightedness for the creation of a safe learning society. It is because those who fail to receive the vaccines for various reasons will face loss in the outbreak of the disease. That is why all the people and those from the target groups need to take vaccinations against COVID-19 without fail as part of efforts for disinfection of the pandemic, especially in the learning society.

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