Mohamed Abdel-Fattah, head of the Central Department of Health Affairs, said that the production of the first Egyptian vaccine for Corona from Sinovac, through the Egyptian Company Vaccera, will be the end of this week, adding that the Ministry of Health’s plan aims to vaccinate 40% of the population before the end of this year..
He added, in a phone call to the “Hadrat Al-Citizen” program, that there are more than 400 centers to vaccinate citizens with Corona vaccines at the level of the Republic, pointing out that the file of the audience’s attendance in the return match between Al-Ahly and Al-Taraji next Saturday, is being studied in the Ministry of Health.
Dr. Hala Zayed, Minister of Health and Population, confirmed that the health system is one of the basic pillars for the progress of countries, especially the pharmaceutical sector, stressing that all means of support are provided to activate the African Medicines Agency TreatyBUT) to reach its goals of enhancing health and drug security in all countries.
This came during the participation of the Minister of Health and Population, today, Tuesday, in the virtual African forum on the strategy of the African Medicines Agency (AfM).BUT) in the presence of the Special Envoy of the African Union for the Medicines Agency, “Michel Sidibe”, and representatives from the International Alliance of Patients’ Organizations, the International Federation of Pharmaceutical Manufacturers and Associations, and the French Association of Pharmaceutical Companies.
The Minister reviewed the results of President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi’s initiatives, under the slogan “100 million health” to take care of public health, as these initiatives aimed to eliminate hepatitis C, early detection of non-communicable diseases, support women’s health and early examination for breast cancer, and pay attention to The general health of children, the early detection of kidney disease, and the examination of pregnant women with the aim of eliminating the transmission of diseases from the mother to the fetus, as the pharmaceutical sector supported the success of these initiatives by providing medicines at reasonable prices.