Health More Dubai residents eligible to receive Covid-19 vaccine

More Dubai residents eligible to receive Covid-19 vaccine


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Health authorities in the emirate of Dubai have expanded their Covid-19 vaccination campaign. This time, they are including all residents aged 40 and above. 

Previously, the priority groups are the elderly and those with chronic diseases.

According to the new decision, residents with valid Dubai-issued visas can now secure an appointment via the DHA app or its call centre 800 342.

DHA is currently offering Sinopharm, Pfizer, and AstraZeneca vaccines against Covid-19. 

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