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Health Ministry launches the National Vaccination Days campaign targeting 2.7 million children under the age of five

Damascus (ST): The Ministry of Health launched today the National Vaccination Days campaign to follow up on dropout children, which will continue until the 13th of this month, targeting children from one day to five years old in various governorates, while taking all precautionary measures to address the Coronavirus.

The campaign, which includes all the 11 vaccines included in the national vaccination program, targets 2.7 million children under the age of five in various governorates to assess their vaccination status. According to the records, more than 77,000 children who have dropped out of the vaccination, need to be vaccinated in various governorates.

The campaign is implemented through 1,655 health centers, fixed medical points, and 568 mobile teams, with the participation of 9,468 health workers, and aims to ensure that the child completes his routine vaccinations included in the national vaccination.

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Corona virus kills more than two million and 865 thousand people around the world

Capital (ST): The Coronavirus has killed two million 865071 people around the world since its outbreak began in December of 2019.

According to the latest statistics of the American World Meters site, the total number of Coronavirus infections around the world reached 131 million and 870926 cases, while 106 million and 115047 people recovered. The United States continues to lead the countries most affected by the Corona virus in terms of deaths and infections, with 568,822 deaths out of 31416291 cases, followed by Brazil with 331433 deaths out of 12984956 infections, then India ranks third in the world, with 165,132 deaths out of 12587920 infections

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The Health Ministry: National vaccination campaign targeting children under five years of age to kick off on Monday

The Health Ministry is to launch a national vaccination campaign next Monday targeting children under the age of five in all Syrian provinces.

According to Dr. Fadi Qissis, Director of the Ministry’s Preliminary Healthcare Department, the vaccination campaign, which will last until April 13, includes providing all the 11 vaccines listed in the National Vaccine Program. The campaign will coincide with the regional routine vaccination week which is organized by the World Health Organization in the Mediterranean area with the aim of enhancing routine vaccination.

On her part, Director of the National Vaccination Program, Dr. Razan Al-Tarabishi, said that more than 2,780 million children will benefit from this vaccination campaign which will be conducted in a thousand health center, 655 medical points and 568 mobile clinics.

The vaccination process aims at reducing the mortality rate among children under the age of five and at protecting them from infectious diseases.  

Corona virus kills two million and 802 thousand people around the world

Capitals(ST)- The new Coronavirus has claimed the lives of more than two million and 802 thousand people around the world since its appearance in December 2019, according to the latest statistics of the American Worldometer site.

According to the site, the total number of Coronavirus infections around the world reached 128,194,104, and the total deaths reached 2802976 cases, while the total cases of recovering from the virus reached 103,349,132 cases.

Corona virus kills two million 795 thousand people around the world

Capitals (ST):  The new Coronavirus has claimed the lives of more than two million 795 thousand people around the world since its appearance in December 2019, according to the latest statistics of the American World Meters site.

 According to the site, the total number of Coronavirus infections around the world has reached 12,7738,764, and the total deaths reached 2795325 cases, while the total cases of recovering from the virus reached 1,02893147 cases. The United States continues to lead the countries most affected by the virus in terms of infections and deaths, with 562457 deaths out of 30955753 infections, followed by Brazil with 312,206 deaths out of 12534688 cases, then India third, recording 161881 deaths out of 12039210 infections.

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