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EU dispatches more than 6,000 anti-Coronavirus vaccines to Benghazi
The European Union Mission in Libya confirmed the allocation of 38 official vaccination sites to assist in the vaccination of more than 6,000 citizens.
The mission said that the vaccination campaign against the virus is held in the Suleiman Al-Darrat complex in Benghazi, with approximately 6,480 doses expected to be delivered, explaining that the complex opens from 8am through until 8pm daily.
It called on all citizens to attend the designated headquarters to receive the vaccine, noting the important contribution of the EU mission, the German Ministry of Development, along with the German embassy, in supporting UNICEF and the Libyan Ministry of Health to ensure the readiness of the health sector to react to the needs of the Libyan people in response of the pandemic.