Fully vaccinated or recovered individuals can now access phase one privileges: MoPH
According to the Ministry of Public Health (MoPH), individuals who are fully vaccinated or previously infected within the past 9 months and are not fully vaccinated can enjoy the privileges of the initial phase of the gradual lifting of COVID-19 restrictions.
The Ministry made the announcement via their Twitter account and stated that the decision would take effect starting May 28, 2021.
From today, people who have been vaccinated, or previously infected with COVID-19 in Qatar within the past 9 months and are not yet fully vaccinated, are eligible for the privileges set out in Phase One of the Gradual Lifting of COVID-19 Restrictions. pic.twitter.com/rI1V4ZL2Lf— وزارة الصحة العامة (@MOPHQatar) May 28, 2021
Fully vaccinated individuals will be able to access these privileges by presenting their Green Ehteraz which reflects the Vaccinated Status or by presenting their vaccination card that indicates that their second was received at least 14 days ago.
Moreover, you will be required to present your Qatar ID as proof of identity when using the vaccination card or vaccination certificate.
Individuals who are immune to the virus as a result of being previously infected within the last six months and not vaccinated can obtain an official certificate of immunity which can be downloaded from the My Health Patient Portal.
The certificate of immunity grants one access to privileges of phase one of the lifting of the COVID-19 restrictions.
The Ministry stated that this would apply to people of all ages as children are classified the same as adults in the terms of requirements.
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Source: MoPH Qatar
really? then why did they correct it :)
Suggest you look up difference before judging
nomadserdar: The headline is perfect and carries no grammatical mistake.
Suggest you revise your lessons in English grammar.
You are an editor yet still don't know the difference between "and" and "or" .
Correct your headline please, it is not "and".