A cargo of vaccines arrives in Tripoli Mitiga airport
The Director of Vaccination Schedule in the Disease Fight Center, Tripoli, Abdulbaset Sulaiman, said that a cargo of child vaccines arrived in Mitiga airport.
Sulaiman told Press Solidarity Wednesday that almost 200 injections for the fifth vaccination for babies aged 18 months, saying that this vaccine was rare in all of the vaccination centers.
The cargo will be enough for all of the Libyan cities for the coming 6 months, said Sulaiman adding that there will arrive more cargoes of different kinds of vaccines later.
“The vaccines will be distributed to all healthcare centers after the administrative procedures finish in the airport.” Sulaiman.
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