COVID-19: UK recognises 4 vaccines used in Nigeria - Envoy - Daily Trust

The United Kingdom High Commissioner to Nigeria, Ms. Catriona Laing, has said the UK government recognises four COVID-19 vaccines used in Nigeria,

9/25/2021 11:12:00 PM

The United Kingdom High Commissioner to Nigeria, Ms. Catriona Laing, has said the UK government recognises four COVID-19 vaccines used in Nigeria, irrespective of where they were manufactured.

The United Kingdom High Commissioner to Nigeria, Ms. Catriona Laing, has said the UK government recognises four COVID-19 vaccines used in Nigeria,

The recognised vaccines are Oxford-AstraZeneca, Moderna, Pfizer and Johnson and Johnson, according to a statement by the Envoy.“The UK Government is committed to global access to vaccines and is among the largest funders to COVAX.”“The UK has donated 1.2 million vaccines specially to Nigeria through COVAX and will continue to provide support.

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“The UK strongly supports the work of the Nigerian health authorities and Nigeria’s vaccination campaign and strongly encourages all eligible residents in Nigeria to get vaccinated.“I would like to emphasise that any statements that COVID-19 vaccines administered in Nigeria are not approved by the UK are completely untrue.

“The UK recognises the Oxford-AstraZeneca, Moderna, Pfizer and Johnson and Johnson COVID 19 vaccines used in Nigeria, irrespective of where they are manufactured.” Laing said.The Envoy also allayed fears that Nigerians would be restricted from traveling to the UK. headtopics.com

“The UK is committed to opening up international travel and we are using our COVID -19 vaccination certificate process.”“This is to enable those wishing to enter the UK to do so safety and we know this matters hugely to many people in the UK and Nigeria.

“From October 4, the current system will be simplified and there will be a single red list of countries.“Territories where stricter rules apply and there would be a rest of the world list with simplified travel measures.“The rest of the world list will include countries currently on the UK’s amber list such as Nigeria,” she said.

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