Uganda is intensifying its vaccination marketing campaign in opposition to

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In latest days, the Ministry of Health has intensified the vaccination marketing campaign in opposition to Covid-19. A marketing campaign launched in March final yr, however which has accelerated because of the supply of numerous vaccines within the nation: in September, greater than 3 million doses have been given to Uganda. Among the inhabitants, distrust of vaccines is starting to fade.

as reported from Kampala, Lucie Mouillaud

Sitting on the platform, within the courtyard of the first college became a vaccination middle, Nancy, a cotton ball leaning on her shoulder, has simply obtained her first dose of vaccine in opposition to Covid-19. “Before I was scared, I thought it was painful. In the end, everything is going well at the moment. I got my injection half an hour ago, and I’m still fine. “

Throughout the morning, sufferers comply with one another in entrance of the nurses. In the queue, Susan, who for a very long time refused to be vaccinated. “To be honest, I was waiting for the Pfizer vaccines to arrive. I had to get vaccinated, it’s important soon, because Covid-19 is here to stay. ”

Vaccine shipments have multiplied in the country in recent weeks, with new arrivals from Pfizer, Moderna and AstraZeneca. Since then, according to nurse Beatrice Niramahoro, the number of patients at vaccination centers has increased significantly.

“At first, people were scared, especially when the only vaccine available was AstraZeneca. There was a lot of concern. But now the fear is gone. It’s not like when we started, when there were not many people, more and more people will be vaccinated. “

Since the beginning of the vaccination marketing campaign, virtually two million doses have been administered within the nation. The Ministry of Health estimates that the precedence group of 4.8 million folks can be absolutely vaccinated by the top of the yr.

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