The Director of Readiness, Emergency and Ambulance System at the Ministry of Health, Dr. Tawfiq Hassaba, said that everything related to the Corona virus has no constants, but it is certain that the anti-vaccine is not experimental, and the vaccine that is being applied has ended all experiments and was confirmed to be safe.
In a special statement to “Hashtag”, he stressed that the constant that can be focused on in this matter is the precautionary measures in the beginning, and secondly the vaccine.
He added that the vaccination campaign against the Corona virus ended on the 16th of this month, but due to the difficulty of reaching the majority of citizens wishing to be vaccinated and taking into account them, the campaign continued in some governorates, such as Al-Hasakah, Raqqa and Deir ez-Zor, and the vaccine was secured during yesterday and today.
Two accounts described the campaign as “shy in general, despite the presence of some centers that witnessed overcrowding.”
The Director of Readiness at the Ministry of Healthpointed out that the American Pfizer Corona virus vaccine was available in the emergency hospital in Al-Fayha city, through the Syrian expatriate in Germany, Dr. Mustafa Mahjoub, who donated a number of doses purchased on his personal account, and some media outlets attacked him; It did not highlight the benefit of the vaccine’s availability, but only found it “a challenge to sanctions”.
He noted that the Pfizer vaccine is only given to specific groups because of its medical specificity, in addition to special sick cases related to immune diseases, some cases that are recommended by the case doctor, and some urgent travel cases with evidence, and this vaccine has conditions for keeping Certain vaccines differ from other vaccines.
The doctor expressed his annoyance about the lack of commitment by most citizens to the line and the organization established by the ministry in the Fayhaa facility, and one of the examples he cited talks about “a citizen took the first dose of the vaccine last Sunday, and returned on Tuesday to take the second dose, ignoring the necessary period between the two doses, for example In all countries of the world, the AstraZeneca vaccine is given after 3 months, but in Syria, according to a reference in the World Health Organization, he said that the second dose can be given after the first from 4 to 12 weeks, and we worked at the minimum, and some citizens did not accept it.
And he concluded an account, that if the citizens had adhered to and respected the rules and laws, more than 2,000 vaccines would have been distributed per day.