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Kurdistan MoH expresses concern over low vaccine turnout

Category: Kurdistan

Date: 2021-04-09T14:23:25+0000
Kurdistan MoH expresses concern over low vaccine turnout

Shafaq News / The Ministry of Health in the Kurdistan Region expressed concern over low vaccine turnout.

The Ministry said in a statement that 32% of the citizens had received the vaccine, and were distributed as follows:  26% in Erbil, 20% in al-Sulaymaniyah, 56% in Duhok, 16% in Halabja, 39% in Garmyan, 42% in Raperin.

The Ministry called on citizens, especially those over the age of 60, who have chronic diseases, retirees, professors of grade six, the internal security forces, the Asayish and the Peshmerga, to receive the vaccine.

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