Lebanese President Michel Aoun, his wife, and some of his close staffers have been vaccinated against coronavirus (COVID-19), according to the Lebanese Presidency.
In a statement released on Tuesday, the President’s press office announced that President Aoun and the Lebanese First Lady, Nadia Aoun, had received the vaccine against the virus.
The statement said vaccine doses were also administered to “ten members of the close and accompanying team of the President, who had registered their names according to the rules on the vaccination platform.”
On the occasion, President Aoun was quoted by the statement as urging the Lebanese people to “register their names on the platform to receive the vaccine and contribute to combating the spread of this pandemic.”
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