Covid Diplomacy:turkey Sends 20,000 Doses Of Vaccine To Northern Cyprus

Covid Diplomacy:turkey Sends 20,000 Doses Of Vaccine To Northern Cyprus

2021-01-15 | By middleeastmonitor | 8 Hits

Turkey will send 20000 doses of the COVID19 vaccine to the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus TRNC the country39s top health official said yesterday According toAnadolu39s Northern Cyprus office TRNC39s Health Minister Ali Pilli said that the vaccines will be provided both by the European Union and Turkey quotVaccines will arrive in Turkey soon After arriving there in Turkey examinations and controls of the vaccines will be made and vaccination will start and some vaccines will be sent to us Vaccines are expected to arrive >>READ MORE | Organic and Viral Social Traffic Hub

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