The Minister of Health in Saudi Arabia, Dr. Tawfiq Al-Rabiah announced the arrival of the first shipment of Corona vaccine dose in the Kingdom, He reviewed a sample of the Covid-19 vaccine, indicating that the first batch arrived in Saudi Arabia Today’s morning.
He said, in his statements during the 2021 Budget Forum, “The distribution of the Corona vaccine will begin in the next 3 days, adding that, I am pleased to announce to everyone, citizens and residents, the vaccine will be provided free of charge to everyone in Saudi Arabia.
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Corona Vaccine Distribution to start in 3 Days in Saudi Arabia
It is expected that the Corona pandemic will end when most of the community receives the vaccine, and when cases decrease dramatically, and specialized experts consider it the right time to raise the precautions, he added.
The Ministry of Health announced the opening of registration for the Corona vaccine and appealed to citizens and resident expatriates to register through the “Sehhaty” application to take the Corona (Covid-19) vaccine, stressing that the vaccine is safe and protects you and your loved ones from infection with the virus
The Saudi Data and Artificial Intelligence Authority (SADAA) said earlier, that an appointment booking service for the (Covid-19) vaccine will be added soon through the “Tawakolna” application, and this will be announced through the official “Tawakolna” channels: the application, the website, and the communication social accounts.
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SADAA called on all users of the “Tawakolna” application to update the application through the (Google Play), (App Store), and (App Gallery) stores.
Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Health has announced that there are 100,546 people have so far registered for the COVID-19 vaccine via the “Sehhaty” app.
أكثر من (100) ألف شخص سجلوا حتى الآن في تطبيق صحتي للحصول على لقاح كورونا (كوفيد-19). pic.twitter.com/ELn7cz0uZ9
— و ز ا ر ة ا لـ صـ حـ ة السعودية (@SaudiMOH) December 15, 2020
The Ministry of Health announced the start of registration for the COVID-19 vaccine on Tuesday, Dec. 15, for all citizens and residents through the Sehhaty app.
Saudi Arabia last week approved the use of the vaccine developed by Pfizer and BioNTec.