TURKOVAC VACCINE APPOINTMENT SCREEN: WHO CAN GET VACCINE?

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Revised May, 2024 – Resource, Turkey iResidence, Foreigner Residence Services.
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TURKOVAC VACCINE APPOINTMENT SCREEN: WHO CAN GET TURKOVAC VACCINE WHEN?

A last-minute announcement has arrived for the TURKOVAC vaccine appointment screen. Thursday December 30, TURKOVAC, the domestic coronavirus vaccine that has received emergency use approval and has started mass production, will be open for appointment. TURKOVAC vaccination appointments, which will be received via the E-Pulse, MHRS and Alo 182 line, will be given to city hospitals. The domestic inactive vaccine TURKOVAC can be administered to citizens who are in turn as a reminder dose. So, how to get a TURKOVAC vaccination appointment and to whom will it be done? Here is the TURKOVAC vaccine appointment screen and detailed information on the subject.

The question of who will be assigned to TURKOVAC was raised shortly before the opening of vaccination appointments. Minister Koca, who has a reminder dose of TURKOVAC, said in a statement on the issue, “Starting tomorrow, all our citizens can be vaccinated, especially in our city hospitals.” said. TURKOVAC appointments, developed by 100 domestic Turkish scientists.
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Foreigners with their e-ikamet ID Card enter the 99 foreigners identification number, and Turkish citizens with their e-kimlik national ID Card enter the T.C number, can obtained online TURKOVAC appointment with MHRS and E Pulse entry with identification number information.

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HOW TO GET A TURKOVAC APPOINTMENT?

Thursday December 30, appointments for Turkovac vaccines will be opened. Widespread use of the domestic vaccine will be ensured, especially in city hospitals. If the vaccination appointment is to be made by phone, the identity document must be present with you. If the vaccination appointment is to be received by SMS, it is enough to know the TC Identification Number and the ID Serial Number. In addition to all this, it is also possible to create a vaccination appointment in a simple way with an E-Government login.

To create a vaccination appointment by phone, you can call the 182 call center, which is the MHRS system of the Ministry of Health. However, during periods of intensity, 182 call center lines do not fall and communication problems may occur.

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GETTING A VACCINATION APPOINTMENT BY SMS

To get a vaccination appointment by SMS, it will be necessary to enter the ASI blank TC ID Number blank ID Serial Number information and send it to 2023. Example;

ASI 1234567890 3934

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THE PROCESS OF OBTAINING A VACCINATION APPOINTMENT WITH THE E-GOVERNMENT MHRS

In order to get a vaccination appointment, you must first log in to the Central Physician Appointment System (MHRS).

– You can click on the button where you can log in with E-Government on the screen that comes up, or you can log in by clicking the register button and becoming a member.

After logging in, click on the “Get a hospital appointment” tab located on the right side.

Select the “General Search  option.

Select the “Covid-19 Vaccine” option.

In the screen that will appear before you, if you are not a health worker, you are not in the priority group set for COVID-19 pandemic vaccination. Your status will be reevaluated as new priority groups are added.” there will be a warning.

Click here to make an appointment
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WHO WILL RECEIVE THE TURKOVAC VACCINE

Minister Koca, who made a statement on the subject, I would like to point out that this vaccine, which was developed by our 100 percent domestic Turkish scientists after 50 years of historical importance. We know that we have many citizens waiting for this. I especially recommend that they take their reminder doses with TURKOVAC.” said.

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THE EFFECTIVENESS RATE HAS BEEN DETERMINED

In October, TURKOVAC, which was administered as a ‘reminder dose’ to volunteers with a 2-dose ‘Sinovac’ vaccine, was successful.

In November 2020, a PHASE-1 study was started with 44 individuals. The absence of serious side effects in 250 volunteers who received the vaccine in PHASE-2 raised hopes.

The inventor of TURKOVAC, who said that there are no serious side effects associated with the vaccine, Prof. Dr. “Both the formation of protective antibodies and the presence of a one hundred percent antibody response in all vaccinated volunteers is a very serious result,” was said.

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