Vaccination centers at King Saud University welcome the citizens and residents of the community.
Covid-19 vaccine centers at King Saud University continue to receive university’s staff and their families who wish to take the vaccine, in addition to community's citizens and residents, taking into account all precautionary measures by equipping the visual screening and registration areas, rooms to provide the vaccine and an area for departure.
The KSUMC Chief Executive Officer, Prof. Ahmed bin Salah Hirsi, explained that the university's three vaccination centers are available at the University's Center for Female Students' lobby, which serves as the main Center with a capacity of more than 2,500 beneficiaries per day. It includes 48 clinics operating throughout the week, from five in the afternoon to eleven in the evening. The second Center is at King Khalid University Hospital, with a capacity of more than 1000 beneficiaries, and the third is at the King Abdulaziz University Hospital with more than 1000 beneficiaries.
He pointed out that the visitors go through three stages: the visual inspection, registration, then Vaccination, and then wait 15 minutes to check on their health before leaving.
Prof. Hirsi calls on everyone to take the initiative to take the step and register to receive the vaccine to protect and preserve society.