Pfizer vaccine being administered from today

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Kathmandu: The Pfizer vaccine against coronavirus is being administered from today for those above 12. The campaign will last until November 20.

The Ministry of Health and Population informed that the vaccination campaign has been launched targeting the chronically ill group. The vaccines will be administered via 24 hospitals across the country.

The United States had provided 100,630 doses of Pfizer vaccine to Nepal under the Covax facility.

The Pfizer vaccine will be administered through the following health facilities: 

– Ganga Lal Heart Center (Kathmandu)

– Teaching Hospital (Kathmandu)

– Bir Hospital (Kathmandu)

– Civil Service Hospital (Kathmandu)

– Birendra Sainik Hospital (Kathmandu)

– Patan Institute of Health Sciences (Lalitpur)

– Bhaktapur Cancer Hospital (Bhaktapur)

– Human Organ Transplant Center (Bhaktapur)

– Mechi Zonal Hospital (Bhadrapur)

– BP Koirala Institute of Health Sciences (Dharan)

– Koshi Zonal Hospital (Biratnagar)

– Gajendra Narayan Singh Institute of Health Sciences (Rajbiraj)

– Narayani Zonal Hospital (Birgunj)

– Janakpur Regional Hospital (Janakpur)

– BP Koirala Cancer Hospital (Bharatpur)

– Dhulikhel Hospital (Dhulikhel)

– Pokhara Institute of Health Sciences (Pokhara)

– Dhaulagiri Hospital (Baglung)

– Lumbini Regional Hospital (Butwal)

– Rapti Institute of Health Sciences (Dang)

– Bheri Hospital (Nepalgunj)

– Karnali Pradesh Hospital (Surkhet)

– Seti Regional Hospital (Dhangadhi)

– Dadeldhura Hospital (Amargadhi)