The latest deaths were for an 88-year-old, another 80-year-old who did...

The latest deaths were for an 88-year-old, another 80-year-old who did...
The latest deaths were for an 88-year-old, another 80-year-old who did...
Dr. Najat Abul-Fath, Director of the Public Health Department and a member of the National Medical Team to Address Corona Virus (Covid) confirmed -19), that the deaths that were recorded during the last seven days as a result of complications from the Corona virus 3 cases, all of whom did not receive the vaccination or the booster dose of it and suffer from underlying health conditions, Where the last two cases were for an existing case of an 88-year-old, and another 80-year-old who was not taken The booster dose, one of them was suffering from symptoms and did not initiate the examination, and the third was for a case of The 64-year-old has not had a single dose of the coronavirus vaccine.

Dr. Najat Abul-Fath pointed out the importance of vaccination against the Corona virus (Covid-19) and the booster dose of it In raising the body’s immune response in light of the spread of the new mutant of the Corona virus “Omicron”, where Vaccination and the booster dose of it have proven to be effective in alleviating complications associated with the virus in existing cases that may require Receiving treatment or entering intensive care, or that may sometimes lead to death, calling on everyone To take the initiative to take vaccination and the booster dose of it to increase community immunity, in an effort to achieve safety and maintain Everyone’s health.

Dr. Abul-Fath indicated that vaccination and the booster dose of it contribute to limiting the spread of the virus and protecting it From complications and severe symptoms and the entry of extreme care in the event of infection with the virus, pointing to the great efforts that It is being done in terms of vaccinating citizens and residents in the national vaccination campaign to protect society from the effects of the Corona virus And the various mutagens of it, including the new mutant (Omicron), where the percentage of those who got the first two doses reached . The second vaccination reached 94% of the total eligible to take it, and the percentage of those who received the booster dose reached To 83% of the total qualified to take it, which was reflected in the decrease in the number of cases in hospitals and in care concentrated.

Dr. Najat Abul-Fath stressed the importance of being responsible by conducting the examination when feeling any symptoms of the virus (such as high temperature, cough and shortness of breath) as the speed of reporting symptoms contributes to rapid Isolate existing cases and reduce the number of contacts, and thus the speed of treatment and speed of recovery.

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