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PHCC urges the public to stay vaccinated for a healthier life



DOHA: As World Immunization Week comes to an end, the Primary Health Care Corporation (PHCC) continues to pay attention and seeks to provide the best service and preventative experience to the population.

Vaccinations are among the most costly. effective and best ways to protect children and adults in Qatar from vaccine-preventive diseases.

Dr. Khalid Elawad, public health expert and Deputy Infectious Diseases Director, Department of Infection Prevention and Control, PHCC, said: "Primary Health Care Corporation as a public health public health service, which is important for the analysis of the overall functioning of the public health system and one of the mainstream health systems Not to mention that vaccination is also a cost-effective public health intervention. "

According to everyone, everyone in Qatar has access to free vaccinations in all primary health centers, and is open from 7:00 to 1

3:00 and 16:00 Clock can be reached 23 clock, between Sunday and Thursday.

It aims to encourage adults and children to vaccinate themselves and prevent vaccine-preventable diseases that can lead to outbreaks. All children in Qatar have scheduled vaccinations to ensure that they are adequately protected.

In Qatar, the National Immunization Group for Technical Advice (NITAG), led by Drs. Mohamed Al Janahi from the Ministry of Public Health has taken on an independent, unbiased and objective mission and evidence-based advice on vaccines and immunization challenges.

This ensures a sustainable, evidence-based immunization policy that is recognized and accepted by our community.

The protection of young and old from vaccine-preventable diseases is a community. Great efforts, and residents across the country can help in many ways to achieve that goal through the support, commitment, awareness, and encouragement of other family members.

According to the World Health Organization, the vaccine currently prevents an estimated 2 to 3 million deaths each year. However, another 1.5 million deaths could be avoided if the global immunization rate improves.

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