The Director-General of the World Health Organization, Dr. Tedros Adhanom, thanked the Egyptian star Mohamed Salah, the Liverpool striker, for his support to urge people to receive vaccines against the Corona virus.
Dr. Tadros Adhanom, through his personal account on Twitter, published a picture that included Mohamed Salah’s statement during a dialogue with the Egyptian journalist Amr Adib about the importance of receiving anti-Coronavirus vaccines.
And the Director-General of Global Health wrote in the “Tweet” attached to the photo: “Thank you, Mohamed Salah, for your words of support. Vaccines save lives, including against the Corona virus “Covid-19”, we hope that the world will cooperate together to vaccinate the most vulnerable people Danger is everywhere.
Salah said during his interview with the media, Amr Adib, that he had already obtained a vaccine for the Corona virus, explaining that “there are doctors working on this vaccine, and there are studies that have continued for years… If I say that this vaccine is wrong, I will be like anyone on the street, he says pass for this ball instead.” Who is that”.
And Mohamed Salah continued, “The doctors said this and the same thing is the World Health Organization, so we must follow their words, this is my opinion.”
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