Iran’s Health Ministry announced on Tuesday that people aged 40 years old and over can now be vaccinated against the coroanvirus as the country ramps up its nationwide inoculating program against the disease.
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Iran’s Health Ministry is to vaccinate students between 12-18 years old before the reopening of schools later this month upon an order by President Ebrahim Raeisi.
Iran’s students 12 and older to be vaccinated before schools reopening

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