WHO: Rwanda completely inoculated 10 percent of inhabitants
(MENAFN)According to the World Health Organization (WHO), Rwanda completely inoculated 10 percent of its 13 million citizens, and attained the September worldwide aim.
A countrywide inoculation drive was launched by health experts in Rwanda launched on March 5, starting with people from risk groups, with health staff, frontline employees, and those whose age is above 65 years or with dangerous health circumstances, then increased eligibility to adults whose age is 18 years and above.
WHO also stated on the success of the country’s everyday vaccination scheme, inoculation has been done easily with least doubts.
In line with Salla Ndoungou Ba, WHO diplomat ad temporary in the country “I am delighted at this significant achievement.”
Salla added “Rwanda has been a model of good practice in the region since the beginning of its vaccination program in March. I congratulate the Government of Rwanda and its partners for their sustained effort to protect the people of Rwanda against coronavirus.”
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