Who is eligible for vaccinations at the drive-through center?
People receiving their second vaccine dose will be eligible to visit the drive-through center.
Where is the drive-through center located?
The drive-through center is located in Lusail, behind the Lusail Multipurpose Hall.
What do people need to bring with them for their vaccination?
• Health card
• Vaccination card (which was given at the time of the first dose)
• Ehteraz (with green status)
When will the drive-through center be open?
• Operating hours: 11am to 10pm, 7 days a week. Note that last entrance to the center will be 9pm.
Is an appointment needed to attend the drive-through center?
No. People do not need an appointment to attend the drive-through center. However, as the center is only for people receiving their second dose, they must attend 21 days after their first dose. This date will be given at the time of the first dose. People cannot visit the drive-through center on a day other than the set date for the second dose. People attending the drive-through center will be seen on a first-come first-seen basis. At peak times you may be required to wait while other people are seen first.
Do people need to wear masks during their visit?
Yes. All attendees must wear masks at all times in their vehicles while at the drive-through center. Even if the vehicle has only one occupant, they must still wear a mask as
they will be interacting with medical staff at the center.
Can people visit the drive-through center together in one vehicle?
Yes. If you have family or friends who are also due their second dose on the same day, you can attend the drive-through center in the same vehicle. Note that a maximum of four people are allowed in one vehicle. Vehicles with more than four occupants will not be admitted to the drive-through center. No pets are allowed inside vehicles when visiting the drive-through center.
What is the vaccination process at the drive-through center?
Step 1: On arrival, security will check your Ehteraz you will be directed to one of the primary waiting lanes. Each occupant of the car is asked to have their Ehteraz ready for inspection on arrival.
Step 2: Once you reach the front of the primary waiting lane, you will be directed to one of the 10 vaccination lanes.
Step 3: Your first stop will be at the registration / assessment pod. Once you reach this point you will be asked to place your car in park, apply your brake and lower the car window/s. A member of the drive-through center team will ask for QID, health card and vaccination card for each of the car occupants and they will ask a few quick assessment questions. All occupants should always remain inside the vehicle. After registration is
complete, your vaccination and ID cards will be returned to you and you will be asked to drive forward to the next stop
Step 4: The second stop is at the vaccination pod – where you will once again be asked to put your car in to park and apply the brake. A member of the drive-through team will take each occupant’s vaccination card and they will administer the vaccine to vehicle occupants through the vehicle windows.
Step 5: Once all occupants have been vaccinated, you will then be asked to drive into the observation parking area where you will be required to wait (in your car) for a short while to ensure you do not have a reaction to the vaccine.
Paramedic teams will be on site in the unlikely event that anyone has a reaction requiring emergency medical support.
Step 6: Once your wait time is up, the observation team will come to your vehicle and give you your completed vaccination cards. You will then be free to leave the drive-through center.
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