Bahrain to provide free COVID-19 vaccine to residents and nationals

Bahrain’s Ministry of Health declared the supply of coronavirus vaccines to residents and nationals beginning Friday.

Individuals want to receive the jab don’t have to be compelled to pre-register on-line for appointments, state agency BNA reported.

The country’s health centers can inoculate persons a day from 8a.m. till 6p.m. for free.

Residents and nationals should be eighteen years and on top of to receive the vaccination.

Last week, Bahraini King Hamad was unsusceptible against COVID-19 before its nationwide vaccination campaign.

The monarch aforesaid all voters and residents ought to adhere to preventive measures and directions issued by the national medical team to upset the coronavirus, BNA added.


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