Ghana Receives First Doses Of Free COVID-19 Vaccine Ghana on Wednesday became the first country to receive vaccines from COVAX, a global scheme to procure and distribute Covid inoculations for free for poorer countries.
Nigeria has received the first batch of the AstraZeneca Oxford vaccine, manufactured in India by the Serum Institute of India (SII).Nigeria is remarkably among the first country in the world to receive covid-19 vaccine.
Finally!Finally!For those of you who have long been waiting for this day.Well, Nigeria has just received almost 4 million doses of the COVID-19 vaccine, shipped via the COVAX Facility.
Ghana becomes the first African country to receive COVID19 vaccines from the COVAX facility A flight carrying 600,000 doses of the Oxford-AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine has landed in Accra Ghana In the early hours of today as a part of a worldwide effort to immunise the world's poorest people including a robust
Ghana becomes the first African country to receive COVID19 vaccines from the COVAX facility.
WHO Representative in Nigeria, Dr Walter Kazadi Mulombo has congratulated federal government of Nigeria for its participation in the global vaccine collaboration (COVAX) efforts and its commitment to protecting Nigerians against this Corona Virus pandemic.
Indian will start nationwide Covid19 vaccine drive, starting tomorrow. The healthcare workers and frontline workers will be vaccinated during the first phase of incolution drive. The states have received COVID-19 vaccines and necessary guidelines to start the procedure. India granted emergency approval for two coronavirus vaccine — Covishield by the Serum Institute of India and Covaxin by Bharat Biotech. People will receive two dosage of the vaccine in a gap of 28 days, health secretary Rajesh Bhushan
The Serum Institute of India announces the plan to launch a production of a coronavirus vaccine although still in process of production. The Institute had constantly produced 1.5 billion vaccines for various diseased each year and hoped tgeyll be able to meet the target of the Oxford trial. The initial plan is to create the covid-19 vaccine such that it will first be usuable, tested and tried on a Monkey and completely fit for human.use by September. The CEO of the institute however in an interview on Monda
Coronavirus vaccine within a year but it won't be 100% effective The vaccine for coronavirus should not be seen as a cure, says Adar Poonawalla of SII. A vaccine for the coronavirus pandemic is expected within one year although it will not be 100% effective, said Adar Poonawalla, the chief executive officer of Serum Institute of India (SII), which has been at the forefront of developing the vaccine. “We need to be very clear this is not a 100% solution and cure. Maybe 60-70% of people who take the v