The new on-line registration form will be available from Sunday, January 17, 2021, and will allow people who meet the requirements for priority groups will be able to request an appointment to receive the vaccine.
People who are not among the priority categories currently listed can also register their desire to receive the vaccine and their details will be saved by MOPH and they will be sent a notification as soon as they become eligible for the vaccine in the future.
The registration is available on the following link: https://app-covid19.moph.gov.qa/en/instructions.html
If you don’t have a NAS Account, you can create one on the following link: https://www.nas.gov.qa
If you forgot your NAS Account credentials, you can reset your password here.
As of today, Covid-19 vaccines will be available in 27 health centers, and the Ministry of Public Health urged all people aged 60 and over and people with severe chronic diseases who are keen to take the vaccine.
Qatar is providing the BioNTech COVID-19 Covid-19 vaccine free of charge to all Qatar citizens and residents. Another vaccine from Moderna is expected to arrive in the coming weeks.
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