Many people present at the Expo Centre, who received the vaccine, expressed their happiness and said the procedure was well-organised and smooth.
Fares stated that the actual process of administering the vaccine takes just about three-five minutes. Once a person arrives at the centre for vaccination, he or she is received by the team concerned and is registered and examined by specialists before the vaccine is administered, with due diligence to all preventive and precautionary measures.
She informed that in view of the large turnouts, about 27 centres have been set up in the emirate through which people can obtain the vaccine “for free”.
She pointed out that the service of administering the vaccine will be provided on mobile vehicles, especially for the elderly and workers. Home visits will be organised for senior citizens.
Mohammad Abdullah Al-Zarouni, Director of Sharjah Medical District, said that the Expo Center is one of the most popular sites for those who wish to take the vaccine and that there are about 27 centres specialised in giving the vaccine, including all health centres, in addition to the suburbs in Mughaidir and Al Bustan in Al Dhaid and Hayawa in Khor Fakkan, the University of Sharjah, Kalba, and the suburb of Dibba Al-Hisn and the Al Bayt Mitwahid hall.
He stressed that the vaccine is safe and effective and one of the most potent solutions currently available to counter the pandemic. He urged all target groups to take the vaccine in order to protect their health and that of their families.
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