Vaccination in Turkey reduced to 16 years | techread

Turkey takes the issue of vaccination seriously. In our country, where millions of citizens are vaccinated every day, the age of vaccination has come down to 16.

Minister of Health Fahrettin Husband In his most recent statement, he said about vaccination, “Cities will now compete with each other in vaccination.” Citizens up to the age of 16 will now be able to get a vaccination appointment.

Vaccination age in Turkey is up to 16 years old

It has been almost two years since the coronavirus entered our lives. Studies on the virus, which affects our lives in every way, have been continuing rapidly since the first day of the virus. Vaccination studies play a very important role in the fight against coronavirus.

In our country, vaccination studies continue without slowing down. Now all citizens aged 16 and over MHRS and e-Pulse’You can get a vaccination appointment from The Ministry of Health recently made the following statements regarding the vaccination studies in our country: “We have passed 57 million doses. The rate of those who have had the first dose of vaccination has exceeded 60%. Make an appointment and get your vaccination as soon as possible.”

The provinces have indeed come to compete with each other in vaccination. Number of vaccines administered In Istanbul 10 million 354 thousand 79, in Ankara 4 million 700 thousand 925, in Izmir It was stated as 3 million 830 thousand 348 doses.

Turkey In Turkey, the number of vaccines administered to date has been recorded as 57 million, 37 million 459 thousand 120 being the first dose, 16 million 770 thousand 701 the second dose, and 2 million 790 thousand 102 the third dose.


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