Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Health announced on Sunday that 98% of healthcare workers at the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s vaccination centers have received their COVID-19 vaccines.
It also announced that 93% of healthcare workers at Tetamman Clinics and Takkad Centers have been vaccinated.
The ministry said the vaccination of healthcare workers falls within Saudi Arabia’s efforts to combat the COVID-19 pandemic and is a reflection of its efforts to protect and enhance the healthcare system.
The ministry added that the number of its healthcare personnel who received the coronavirus vaccines has exceeded 82% in total.
More than 14 million citizens and residents have received the coronavirus vaccination through more than 590 vaccination centers across Saudi Arabia.