International data: Iraq will vaccinate 70% after 54 years

Baghdad-ALSHARQIYA  June 14: International data expected that Iraq will not reach 70% in the rate of vaccination against the Corona virus until after 54 years if vaccination continues to slow, as the percentage reached only 4% of the country's population.

According to the numbers of the “Covid Fax” website, which specializes in recording vaccine recipient data in the world, Iraq occupies a very late rank due to the slow distribution of vaccines, and it is expected that Iraq will not reach the 70% rate of vaccinating its population against Corona before 2075.

This comes at a time when warnings are mounting that Iraq will turn into a hotbed for the generation of new strains due to the lack of people's desire to receive the anti-Corona vaccine, while international and local calls have expanded to urge Iraqis to receive the vaccine and not listen to impractical rumors about the vaccine.


Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi expressed his government's

The Al-Fateh Alliance headed by Hadi Al-Amiri welcomed the Iraqi

A member of the Parliamentary Security and Defense Committee