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Saudi Arabia is Making Booster Doses Mandatory

International Desk: Saudi Arabia has announced that it will make vaccine booster doses mandatory to protect against the new variant of Corona, Omicron. This has been said in a report of Gulf News.

This decision will be effective from February 1. From that day on, without the booster dose, the Tawakkalna app will not show Immunity.

The Saudi Interior Ministry said in a tweet on Friday (December 3rd). The message said that people over the age of 18 should take a booster dose. It is mandatory for them to take the booster dose (third dose) if eight months have elapsed since taking the second dose of the Coronavirus vaccine.

A new type of Coronavirus, Omicron, has recently been identified in Africa.

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