Almost 2 million people have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine in Oman since the start of the country’s National Immunization Campaign.
Nearly two million people vaccinated in Oman : MOH— mohammed Taha (@mohamadtaha738) July 26, 2021
Nearly two million doses of the COVID-19 vaccines have been given to people across the country, according to figures released by the Ministry of Health. 1, 926,307people have so far been administered the vaccine. @muscat_daily https://t.co/Y9p7697jmZ
This represents 53% of the targeted population, the state-owned Oman News Agency said.
The number of people who took the first dose of a vaccine stood at 1,587,784 while the number of those who took two doses stood at 338,523, it said.
Muscat governorate came first in the number of vaccinated people that reached 618,264 (55% of the target category) followed by North Al Batinah with 234,808 (39%), then South Al Batinah with 153,277 (45%).
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