The spokesman for the scientific committee in charge of the follow-up of Coronavirus pandemic evolution, Dr Djamel Fourar, who, also, serves as the Health Ministry’s manager for prevention, said, today, Sunday, January 31st, 2021 in Algiers, that there are some parties who do not want the vaccination process with the Sputnik V vaccine to succeed.
On the sidelines of the launch of the vaccination drive with the Russian anti Covid-19 vaccine Sputnik V in the capital Algiers, under the supervision of Dr. Fourar, this latter highlighted that all vaccines face criticism around the world, indicating that no complications were recorded, so far, among the Sputnik V shot recipients.
The vaccination campaign was launched, today, Sunday, Jan 31st, 2021, in the capital Algiers.
As such, the spokesman for the scientific committee in charge of the follow-up of Coronavirus pandemic evolution, Dr Djamel Fourar, who, also, serves as the Health Ministry’s manager for prevention, supervised the launch of the vaccination process in this province.
Earlier yesterday, Health Minister Abderrahmane Benbouzid launched the vaccination campaign in Blida, one of the most affected provinces by this pandemic in the beginning of the health crisis.
The operation will concern, in a first step, people prone to infections and transmissions, notably staff of the medical sector, the elderly and people with chronic disease. It will, also, be extended, as from Sunday, to cover other sectors, namely; Police services and Civil Protection, education and also Imams, political officials and the media body.
The first shipment of the Russian anti-Covid-19 vaccine “Sputnik V” landed, Friday, at Bouafrik Airport (province of Blida), according to Ennahar TV.