Lebanon Will Hold A Pfizer Vaccine Marathon On Sunday

Lebanon Will Hold A Pfizer Vaccine Marathon On Sunday

Lebanon will hold a Pfizer-BioNTech Vaccine Marathon on Sunday in the governorates of Akkar, Baalbek-Hermel, and Bekaa.

Vaccinations will commence in the morning at select vaccination centers authorized by the Lebanese Health Ministry in the abovementioned regions.

The Pfizer Marathon targets people aged 60 years and above (people born in 1961 and before).

Individuals registered on the IMPACT platform for vaccination are required to present the identification document they used in the registration process.

Unregistered individuals may also participate in the marathon, provided that they present one of the following: ID card, passport, personal civil registry extract (Ikhraj Qayd Fardi), or any other identification document.

Non-Lebanese residents may participate, under the same conditions.

The “Pfizer Marathon” will start at 8 AM and continue until 6 PM on Sunday.

According to the Health Ministry, the event will resume next Sunday, covering the remaining Lebanese governorates.

The Pfizer Marathon follows the success of the nationwide AstraZeneca Marathon that took place last Saturday and recorded a good turnout.

As of the time of writing, a total of 849,471 coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine doses have been administered in Lebanon, with 284,995 people having completed vaccination against the disease to date.

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