Over 26 million people received Covid-19 vaccine in Myanmar as of March 29

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YANGON, April 5 (Eleven Media Group/ANN): As of March 29, more than 26 million people have been vaccinated with the Covid-19 vaccine, and more than one million have booster doses, according to the Ministry of Health (MOH).

Vaccines are being given in priority groups in Myanmar, with 21,886,140 (21.88 million) people received two doses, 488,463 (4.88 million) people received one dose and 1,069,672 (1.06 million) received booster doses, totaling 26,473,700 people (26.47 million) and 49,726,635 (49.72 million) doses as of March 29, according to the MOH.

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