While new infections are progressing at high speed in Morocco, the Ministry of Health has added an integrated Vaccinodrome to accelerate the vaccination campaign against the coronavirus.
The first Integrated Smart Vaccinodrome was installed in the Errahma district in Nouaceur. Digital, it will vaccinate between 3,000 and 4,000 people per day.
It will be possible to carry out all the procedures related to the prevention of the coronavirus in this 2,200 m2 vaccinodrome which has just been inaugurated this Wednesday by the Minister of Health, Professor Khalid Ait Taleb, the Governor of the province of Nouaceur .
According to the Ministry of Health, this project will make it possible to register patients, screen them, as well as monitor the rhythm of the daily vaccination process, and the entire vaccination process will be fully digitalized, which will be done at through a QR code system.
“This center will allow the digitization of the entire vaccination process through a QR code system which allows the traceability of citizens throughout the vaccination circuit”, indicates a press release from the Ministry of Health, explaining that these data will allow a “Analysis of the number of patients screened, vaccinated, and treated, as well as the duration of each operation.
This center also has several characteristics that make it a totally controlled environment thanks to intelligent sensors that allow the control of the cold chain of vaccines, as well as the supervision, management and analysis of medical, environmental and logistical data, indicates the same source.
With this innovative and intelligent project, Morocco is adding a new weapon against the coronavirus to its arsenal. It also follows a significant rise in coronavirus contaminations in recent weeks, after the arrival of thousands of tourists, the resumption of gatherings and meetings during parties and various events.
The Moroccan authorities recently announced the return of certain preventive measures including the closure of public Hammams, sports halls, and the ban on travel to the most contaminated regions.