Accordingly, Osseiran headed to the Parliament building, where he got vaccinated.
With that said, the MP apologized “from all Lebanese for the error and defect between the agencies responsible for managing the vaccination of the Lebanese people,” adding that he “had not intended to take the turn of any Lebanese citizen” in the vaccination process.
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