In June, the World Health Organization (WHO) plans to begin vaccinations against coronavirus in Afghanistan.
As many as 5 million Afghans are expected to benefit from this program, according to the World Health Organization.
Five million persons aged 18 and above will be vaccinated against COVID-19 by WHO in Afghanistan in June 2022.
The WHO and UNICEF will begin the COVID1-9 immunization program in 12 provinces and 22 provinces, respectively, according to the Ministry of Public Health (UNICEF).
The Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan’s Ministry of Public Health is launching a statewide COVID-19 immunization campaign, with funding from the World Health Organization in 12 provinces and UNICEF in 22 provinces.
Dr. Mirny Bratzi of the Afghan-Japan Hospital said that the number of COVID-19 cases has soared, and hundreds of people come to the hospital every day for treatment.
“If the vaccination is available to everyone, we’ll support it,” said a Kabul resident.
It had been originally said that each province has one Covid treatment center.
According to the ministry, almost 8 million people have received the vaccine.