Shanesaz said the reason the vaccines will be imported into the country through free economic zones is that there are restrictions on how to import these vaccines through other routes.
He said the process of importing the 3 million doses has already started.
Meanwhile, the chief of the FDA added this week that a batch of several million vaccines made in Iran to fight the coronavirus pandemic will enter the market and that the necessary injection permits will be issued by the Ministry of Health.
He also said that Iranian citizens who received an injection of a coronavirus vaccine made abroad could be given an injection of a vaccine made in Iran for their second dose. He assured that Iranian and overseas-made vaccines are made in the same way and with the same quality.
He added that the vaccines produced in the country are produced according to the latest WHO standards.
So far 4,305,242 Iranians have received the first dose of the coronavirus vaccine while 827,106 people have received an injection of the second dose.
It was then that Jafar Sadegh Tabrizi, director general of the management of the primary health care network at the Ministry of Health of the Islamic Republic of Iran, said on Sunday that the country needed 120,000,000 doses of vaccines. Covid-19. He also said a new vaccine shipment containing a million doses would enter the country in the coming days.
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