Over 10 mln COVID-19 vaccine doses administered in Saudi Arabia: MOH

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The number of COVID-19 vaccine doses administered in Saudi Arabia has exceeded 10 million, as more vaccine centers open up in various regions of the Kingdom, the Ministry of Health reported Thursday.

There are 587 vaccination centers in Saudi Arabia, according to the Saudi Press Agency (SPA).

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The Ministry of Health said that the “Sehhaty” application allowed citizens and residents to easily book appointments and know the locations of the COVID-19 vaccination centers in the Kingdom.

The ministry urged everyone to register to receive the vaccine through the application, stressing that the COVID-19 vaccines approved and provided by Saudi Arabia are “safe and effective.”

The Kingdom on Wednesday reported 1,016 new coronavirus cases, 900 recoveries and 12 deaths.

There are currently 9,691 active COVID-19 cases within the country, 1,346 of which are critical cases.

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