People, students in Kanbalu get COVID-19 jabs

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To prevent the spread of COVID-19 disease in Kanbalu Township, health workers from the township Public Health Department vaccinated over 12-year-old students at No. (1) Basic Education High School and 100-bedded People’s Hospital in the township at 8 am on 13 November.
Members of the township COVID-19 Control and Emergency Response Committee led by the township administration, township health workers, Education Department staff, officials of relevant departments, volunteers, staff from Township General Administration Department, township police, and township firefighters assisted in the vaccination works.
The vaccine (second batch for the first time) was given to students over the age of 12 from monastic schools and private high schools in the township and people aged 40 to 44 in the wards and villages.
Next, the COVID-19 vaccine will be given to 553 students from private high schools and monastic schools in Kanbalu Township and 7,000 people aged 40 to 44 in the wards and villages, officials said. — Aung Win Nyein (Kanbalu)/GNLM

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