Sixth batch of vaccination carried out in Manaung, Rakhine state

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Inoculation continues in Rakhine State.  Photo : Thein Pe (IPRD)

People over the age of 18 in Manaung Township, Rakhine State, were receiving their first dose of the Covishield vaccine at the Township Public Hospital from between 9 am and 3 pm yesterday.
The inoculation was carried out under the supervision of the Township COVID-19 Prevention, Control and Emergency Response Committee, and staff from the General Administration Department, health professionals, ward administrators worked together for the successful immunization.
It is reported that a total of 38,198 people has received the second doses of the COVID-19 vaccines and 37,498 people have received their first doses of the vaccines in Manaung Township, according to the Township Public Health Department. – Thein Pe (IPRD)/GNLM

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