Bahrain ministers receive coronavirus vaccine shots

      Published on Sunday, 15 November , 2020      587      
Bahrain ministers receive coronavirus vaccine shots

  • Bahrain News

A number of ministers in Bahrain received on Tuesday shots of the coronavirus vaccine as part of their keenness to support the national efforts aimed at confronting the pandemic and limiting its spread.

The ministers expressed their deep appreciation for Team Bahrain, led by Crown Prince Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa, for the proactive efforts it has been taking before the detection of the first COVID-19 case in the country.

They stressed that Team Bahrain’s efforts have played a pivotal role in ensuring the kingdom’s success in addressing the pandemic, highlighting the global acclaim of Bahrain’s efforts in fighting the virus.

On Nov. 3, Bahrain’s Health Ministry announced that the National Health Regulatory Authority (NHRA) had authorized the emergency use of the coronavirus vaccine among frontline healthcare workers, who are in direct contact with active Covid-19 cases.

Health Minister Faeqa Al Saleh said that the use of the vaccine was in full compliance with the kingdom’s regulations and laws which allow for exceptional licensing in emergency cases, adding that the results of studies of the first and second phases of clinical trials proved that the vaccine was safe and effective.

Category Bahrain News, Government | 2020/11/15 latest update at 5:30 PM
Source : Saudi Gazette | Photocredit : Google
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