Tue, 08 June 2021
Bahrain has crossed the threshold of one million first doses of Covid-19 vaccines administered in a remarkable milestone for the kingdom’s drive to combat the coronavirus.
According to the latest figures from the BeAware Bahrain app, a total of 1,002,977 people have had at least one jab, with 823,489 taking both.
The Health Ministry tweeted: “Bahrain crosses the one-million mark of the first dose of the anti-coronavirus vaccination, with more than 80 per cent of the eligible population receiving a shot.”
The eligible population, which now includes those aged above 12, has been assessed at 1.14 million, based on inputs from the Bahrain Embassy in the UK.
Daily vaccination capacity is 31,000 doses which are available at 31 centres.
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