A COVID-19 Vaccine Center Has Now Opened In Jeddah
A coronavirus vaccine center has been launched in Jeddah on Thursday, becoming Saudi Arabia’s second inoculation facility.
The center is at King Abdulaziz Airport’s southern terminal
It has been designed to receive large numbers of people in an organized way through 84 clinics managed by specialist medical staff.
The president of the General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA), Abdulhadi Al-Mansouri, has confirmed the southern terminal was ready to start receiving people wanting to be vaccinated, and that all necessary plans had been put in place in cooperation with the ministry to ensure the process went ahead in line with precautionary measures.
The first center opened in Riyadh currently and currently has 550 clinics. Other sites within the province will be equipped to serve as vaccination centers.
سعدت صباح اليوم بأخذ لقاح كورونا مع مجموعة من المواطنين.
أشكر خادم الحرمين الشريفين وسمو ولي العهد الذين جعلوا صحة الإنسان أولاً.
اليوم بداية انفراج هذه الأزمة ومتفائلون بقرب نهايتها.
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— توفيق الربيعة (@tfrabiah) December 17, 2020