Raisi: 70% of Iranians Will Soon Be Vaccinated
During a ceremony celebrating the beginning of the new school year in Iran, President Ebrahim Raisi announces that 70% of the country's citizens will be vaccinated against the Coronavirus in the upcoming days.
Today, Saturday, Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi announced that 70% of Iran's citizens will soon be vaccinated against the Coronavirus.
During a ceremony marking the beginning of the new school year in Iranian schools, Raisi called on officials of the Ministry of Education to shift towards physical education while adhering to health protocols.
He emphasized the importance of educational justice and stressed that no one should be deprived of the right to education.
The president expressed that spending money on education is the largest investment in the country and that the country's development comes as a result of education.
Raisi has always stressed the need to complete the process of general vaccination to enhance the immunity of citizens in the face of the pandemic.
It is worth mentioning that after successfully managing to produce the COVIran Barekat vaccine, the Islamic Republic of Iran became the world's sixth Islamic country and the first in West Asia to manufacture a COVID-19 vaccine indigenously.