All provinces and cities across Vietnam must submit a report on the population of children in the age group of six months to less than five years and propose the quantities of vaccine needed to Pasteur Institutes before September 30.
Vietnam's Ministry of Health (MoH) has requested the People's Committees of provinces and cities nationwide to make preparations for immunizing infants aged six months to less than five years old against Covid-19.
A medic vaccinates Moderna Covid-19 vaccine for a child in Hanoi. Photo: Phong Chau/ The Hanoi Times
The ministry will keep pushing for more excellent vaccination coverage amid low demand for booster shots in various localities. Therefore, it requested that cities and provinces should not waste vaccines.
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