Ghat commences a vaccination campaign
Ghat Municipality has kicked off Monday morning a new campaign to vaccinate over 1,300 pupils as a first step in a schedule that includes other schools and educational facilities during the week.
The campaign intends also to visit Thalla and Owaynat districts on Tuesday and Wednesday successively.
The Director of health care in Ghat, Ramadan Al-Etni clarified that the vaccination campaign got a little bit late, but it the delay paid off as it is now conducted in a comprehensive manner by professional medical team.
“Better late than never.” Said Al-Etni, explaining that the vaccination campaign will cover meningitis, polio and a number of other diseases.”
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