US News Covid-19 in Libya: Launch of the vaccination campaign
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Libya reported having launched Saturday his campaign Vaccination against COVID-19, starting with Prime Minister Abdelhamid Dbeibah, while cases increase in this conflict fragile country.
The announcement was made by the President of the National Center for Disease Control (CDC) Badreddine Al-Najjar at a press conference.
"The National Covid-19 Vaccination Campaign was launched at the CDC headquarters in Souq al-Joumaa" (Suburbs is Tripoli), and aims in priority "the elderly, chronic patients", a-T- he says.
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Abdelhamid Dbeibah, Head of the Government of National Unity (Gun), was the first to receive a vaccine, followed by the Minister of Health, Ali Al-Zenati, found a reporter from AFP.
"All Libyans will be vaccinated. (...) I ask them to register quickly on the online platform (vaccination)," said Dbeibah in front of the journalists.
Shortly after obtaining the confidence of Parliament on March 10, the Prime Minister stated that access to the vaccine of the population was one of his government's priorities.
"The arrival of the vaccines was delayed by political considerations and not financial," he said, in allusion to the previous government.
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???????????????? | The EU supports the Libyan executive responsible for conducting the transition to December elections. View on Euronews © - / AFP Or Licensors Charles Michel and Acting Libyan Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibah in Tripoli, April 4, 2021 The President of the European Council, Charles Michel, Sunday visited Libya where he has Brought support from the EU to the new government recently installed to turn the page of a decade of chaos.
Libya currently records about a thousand cases a day, increasing in relation to recent months, with relatively difficult access to PCR tests for Libyans.
The last official assessment amounts to 166,888 cases of contamination, including 2,807 deaths, in the country of nearly seven million inhabitants where health infrastructure has been weakened by conflicts over the last ten years.
Two deliveries of 100,000 doses each of the Russian Sputnik V vaccine have already arrived in Libya, in More than 57,600 doses of the AstraZeneca vaccine via the COVAX device.
Four cold rooms of 20 m3 were delivered by UNICEF Friday and will be installed in Tripoli, Benghazi, Sebha and Misrata to store vaccines for the 426 vaccination centers of the country.
Libya is trying to get out of a decade of conflict since the fall in 2011 from the regime of Muammar Gaddafi, a chaos marked by the existence in recent years of rival powers, in tripolitan (west) and cyrenaic (EST) .
The Gun has the task of working on the unification of the country's institutions and prepare the national elections on 24 December.
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