Mobile clinics open for COVID-19 vaccination in Saudi's Al-Qassim

People can receive vaccine shots through the facilities without any prior appointment

  
A Saudi woman waits to get a dose of a coronavirus disease (COVID-19) vaccine, in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia December 17, 2020.

A Saudi woman waits to get a dose of a coronavirus disease (COVID-19) vaccine, in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia December 17, 2020.

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BURAIDAH – The Health Affairs Directorate in Al-Qassim region has launched an initiative to administer vaccinations against COVID-19 through mobile clinics.

People can receive vaccine shots through the facilities without any prior appointment. The vaccination campaign is being held at designated public places in various cities and governorates of the region during the period from 8 pm to 12 midnight, according to the Health Affairs sources.

The mobile clinics are available in the city of Buraidah and the governorates of Al-Rass, Unaizah and Oqlat Al-Suqor. The clinics in Buraidah are located in Al-Abraj Park, Othman Bin Affan Road, Technical College, Al-Bukhari Intersection of King Salman Road, and Jarir Bookstore parking.

The coronavirus jabs can also be received at public parks in Uqlat Al-Suqor, Muhammad Bin Uthaimeen Road in Unaizah, and Al-Mohfil Park in Al-Rass, the sources added.

 

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