October 19, 2021

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Eighty-three percent of the country's population received two doses of the "corona" vaccine

Eighty-three percent of the country’s population received two doses of the “corona” vaccine

During an occasional press conference to introduce the latest developments in the emerging corona virus in the country, the UAE government announced that the percentage of those receiving the first dose of the total population reached 93.71%, while the percentage of those receiving two vaccines. 83.03% of the total population.

He stressed the importance of examining the accuracy of news published and disseminated through social media sites and obtaining information from official and authorized sources in the country so that the person does not fall under legal responsibility.

The official spokesman for the National Commission for Emergency, Crisis and Disaster Management, Dr. Dehr al-Amiri said: The Department of Health is constantly striving to achieve community immunity by providing vaccines to groups that are eligible to receive the vaccine. Recipients of the first dose of the total population have reached 93.71%, while the proportion of people receiving the two vaccines is 83.03% of the total population, and the United Arab Emirates is still leading the list of countries with the lowest single dose of the vaccine, according to the World Health Data website. Praising the role, in the last period, strengthened from his efforts to provide all the skills and resources to ensure the health and safety of the community. Until we approach 20 million doses, the dose delivery rate is 201.85 doses per 100 people.

He added: “Today we are facing a new historic stage, and in addition to regional and international events and exhibitions, there are two days to the opening of the biggest event in the world (Expo 2020 Dubai) in the land of the country. We congratulate the leadership and people of the United Arab Emirates, which in general Indicates the readiness of the state to host various economic and social events and events while following best practices that promote health.

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He emphasized that the UAE should provide all information on transparency and integrity through official sites, especially the press conference between the UAE government and the official media.

Al-Amiri warned that spreading rumors and misinformation was unacceptable behavior, which could affect the government’s efforts in the recovery phase in various sectors, and called on the public to examine the accuracy of news published and disseminated through social media sites. To obtain information from official and authorized sources in the state, that person is not even liable for legal liability.

Al-Amiri stressed the Department of Health’s interest in providing a variety of vaccines approved by the World Health Organization that are safe and secure for all target groups in the community.


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