India to Send 500,000 Doses of COVID19 Vaccine to Afghanistan
The Ministry of Public Health (MoPH)says India has pledged to help Afghanistan with 500,000 doses of the coronavirus vaccine.
MoPH on Monday held a meeting with the participation of the Deputy Minister for Policy and Planning, Dr. Bashir Noormal and representatives of World Health Organization (WHO) and UNICEF on implementing the Coronavirus vaccines made in India.
Dr. Bashir Noormal said that with the supply of Indian COVID19 vaccines, 250,000 people are to be vaccinated in the country.
Dr. Noormal has called on the Corona Vaccine Implementing Authorities to take the necessary measures to implement the Corona Vaccine made in India.
According to him, people at risk are a priority for the Ministry of Public Health to receive the corona vaccine, and they will be vaccinated at the first stage.
The Ministry of Public Health has not specified when the Indian-made vaccine will arrive in Afghanistan.
India has launched a major global vaccination campaign which around 1.3 billion people are expected to be vaccinated in the country by the end of the campaign.
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