First Shipment of Indian Coronavirus Vaccine Will Arrive in Afghanistan on Sunday

Following the continuation of Coronavirus pandemic, the Afghan health authorities say the first shipment of COVID19 vaccine will arrive in Kabul tomorrow.

Masooma Jafari, the Deputy Spokesman of the Ministry of Public Health (MoPH), said in a press release on Saturday that an Indian company that manufactures vaccines, will send the vaccines shipment to Afghanistan tomorrow (Sunday).

She noted that it is possible that a total of 500,000 doses of the vaccinated aid would be sent in one shipment from India.

In particular, Jafari emphasized that the World Health Organization had promised two weeks ago that it would certify the Indian-made coronavirus vaccine.

She cited that if the vaccine is approved by the World Health Organization by the end of the week, it would be implemented but would not be implemented until it is approved in time.

The Deputy Spokesman for the Ministry of Health noted that a committee has been formed by the Ministry of Health to prioritize individuals who should be vaccinated in the first stage.

Masouma Jafari added that individuals including health workers, teachers, detainees, security forces, people who live in dormitories, people with side diseases and internally displaced peoples have been given priority in the first phase of the vaccination.
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