In our country, where COVID-19 vaccination studies continue at full speed, Near East University Hospital and dispensaries and Dr. Suat Günsel University of Kyrenia Hospital has inoculated more than 160,000 doses of vaccine to date. In this process, non-vaccination costs, which were made for the purpose of serving the society and supporting the state, with the awareness of social responsibility, were covered by the Near East Enterprises without being passed on to the public.
Vaccination activities continue at full speed at Near East University Hospital and dispensaries and Dr. Suat Günsel University of Kyrenia Hospital in order to serve public health. 160,000 doses of vaccine have been administered in the vaccination studies that have been going on since June 2021 in 4 regions and 4 centers, including both hospitals and their dispensaries.
With the awareness of its importance for the future of the country, vaccination services against Covid-19 have been carried out voluntarily by Near East University Hospital and Dr. Suat Günsel University of Kyrenia Hospital, and all costs other than vaccination are covered by the Near East Initiative.
Uninterrupted service is provided with 15 stations in 4 districts for the comfortable and quick vaccination of the people
The COVID-19 vaccination service, which is offered free of charge to the public, is carried out between 09.00 and 16.00 on weekdays at 6 different places in the Near East University Hospital, 2 places each in the Güzelyurt and Famagusta dispensaries of the Near East University Hospital, and in the Kyrenia region, at 5 places at the Dr. Suat Günsel University of Kyrenia Hospital.
Prof. Dr. Müfit C. Yenen: “We care about public health, we continue to support our state and our people with our vision and sense of responsibility.”
Near East University Hospital Chief Physician, which supported the vaccination studies, which is of critical importance for controlling the COVID-19 pandemic and ensuring community immunity, Prof. Dr. Müfit C. Yenen said, “As Near East University Hospital, we attach great importance to public health and continue to support our state with our vision and sense of responsibility.
We invite all the people to our hospitals between 09.00-16.00 on weekdays to get their vaccinations free of charge and without an appointment.
Prof. Dr. Nail Bulakbaşı: “Getting vaccinated is a civic duty.”
Dr. Suat Günsel University of Kyrenia Hospital Chief Physician Prof. Dr. Nail Bulakbaşı, on the other hand, emphasized that getting vaccinated is a civic duty because of its importance for public health, and said that everyone who is not vaccinated and who meets the vaccination criteria should get vaccinated in order to protect both their own and public health.
Prof. Dr. Nail Bulakbaşı added that COVID-19 vaccines should be administered not only to protect against the virus, but also to provide a much milder recovery from the disease.