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The Executive Secretary, National Primary Health Care Development Agency (NPHCDA), Faisal Shuaib has disclosed that Nigeria has so far vaccinated 4,680,000 million eligible Nigerians against COVID-19.

9/26/2021 12:34:00 AM

The Executive Secretary, National Primary Health Care Development Agency (NPHCDA), Faisal Shuaib has disclosed that Nigeria has so far vaccinated 4,680,000 million eligible Nigerians against COVID-19.

The Executive Secretary, National Primary Health Care Development Agency (NPHCDA), Faisal Shuaib has disclosed that Nigeria has so far vaccinated 4,680,000 million eligible Nigerians against COVID-19.

.” But, this is below our target of reaching herd immunity and this prevents us from returning to normal living” he said.Shuaib attributed the reason of not meeting the set target to misinformation and disinformation about the virus and the vaccines leading to vaccines hesitancy.

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“Today, as it stands, we are not only fighting COVID-19 pandemic, but we are also fighting large scale misinformation and disinformation, which has led to significant vaccination hesitancy all over the world, while the disease keeps taking lives in different quarters.”

“To ensure vaccine security and accountability, NPHCDA is also collaborating with the Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC) and the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC)” he said.On his part, the Minister of Health, Dr. Osage Ekhanire, said Nigeria has so far lost 2000 of its citizens to COVID-19 while the virus has also crashed the nation’s GDP to 33 percent. headtopics.com

He explained that federal government needs to vaccinate 70 percent of the populations to effectively curb the spread of the virus.“The way out of this is to get vaccinated because those who had taken the virus have full protection while the unvaccinated are exposed to danger and casualty.”

Also speaking, Edo state governor, Godwin Obaseki, said the state has so far vaccinated 130,000 residents against thee virus.Represented by his Chief of Staff Osaigbovo Iyoha, said” our target is to vaccinate 60 percent of our population so that the state can return to normalcy.

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