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土耳其总统说,大规模疫苗接种的准备工作仍在继续

2021-1-9 12:11

 

土耳其总统雷杰普·塔伊普·埃尔多安于2021年1月8日在伊斯坦布尔对记者发表讲话。埃尔多安周五表示,针对COVID-19大流行的大规模疫苗接种过程将很快开始。(新华社)


新华社伊斯坦布尔1月8日电土耳其总统埃尔多安8日表示,针对新冠肺炎疫情的大规模疫苗接种工作将很快开始。


星期五祈祷后,埃尔多安在伊斯坦布尔对记者说,土耳其卫生部一直在按照日程继续开展疫苗接种工作。


埃尔多安说:“目前,我们有三个(疫苗)来源,即中国、德国和我们的国内(产品)。”


2020年12月30日,中国第一批300万剂新冠肺炎疫苗运抵土耳其首都安卡拉。


埃尔多安指出,土耳其当局也在与总部位于德国的生物技术公司进行谈判,以获得COVID-19疫苗。


土耳其卫生部早些时候宣布,土耳其将购买多达3000万剂BioNTech公司的疫苗,该疫苗是与美国辉瑞公司联合开发的。


埃尔多安指出,“我们将不惜一切代价获得疫苗和药品。”


土耳其卫生部长法列廷·科卡(Fahrettin Koca)最近向所有省份发送了一份通知,其中包括了这一过程的细节,并要求公共和私人卫生中心保留适当的接种区域。


与此同时,土耳其制造的COVID-19疫苗的试验仍在进行。

 

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan speaks to reporters in Istanbul, Turkey, on Jan. 8, 2021. Erdogan said on Friday that the mass vaccination process against the COVID-19 pandemic would soon start. (Xinhua)

ISTANBUL, Jan. 8 (Xinhua) -- Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Friday the mass vaccination process against the COVID-19 pandemic would soon start.

Speaking to reporters in Istanbul after Friday prayers, Erdogan said that Turkey's Health Ministry has been continuing its works to launch the vaccination process in line with a calendar.

"Currently, we have three (vaccine) sources, namely from China, Germany, and our domestic (products)," Erdogan said.

The first shipment of 3 million doses of China's SinoVac COVID-19 vaccine had arrived in the Turkish capital Ankara on Dec. 30, 2020.

Erdogan noted that Turkish authorities are also in talks with the Germany-based BioNTech to obtain its COVID-19 vaccine.

The Turkish Health Ministry had earlier announced that Turkey would purchase up to 30 million doses of BioNTech's vaccine, which was developed jointly with the U.S. firm Pfizer.

Erdogan noted that "we will obtain the vaccines and medicines at all costs."

Turkey's Health Minister Fahrettin Koca has recently sent a notification, which included the details of the process, to all the provinces and asked both public and private health centers to reserve proper vaccination areas.

Meanwhile, the trials of Turkish-made COVID-19 vaccines are still going on.

 

来自: xinhua