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MINFOPRA in collaboration with MINSANTE, organize a Press brief in prelude to the launching of a vaccination campaign for State workers and Pensioners.

MINFOPRA in collaboration with MINSANTE, organize a Press brief in prelude to the launching of a vaccination campaign for State workers and Pensioners.

In prelude to the campaign which would run from the 10th of November to the 10th of December 2021, the Minister of the Public Service and Administrative Reform, Joseph LE and the Minister of Public Health Dr. MANAOUDA Malachie, spoke to their target audience today 09th November 2021, through a press brief which took place at the new MINFOPRA conference hall.

The Press brief for the campaign which is in application of the high instructions of the Head of States, President Paul BIYA and the Prime Minister Head of Government, Chief Dr. Joseph DION NGUTE, was the occasion to edify the general public and state agents in particular on the benefits of getting vaccinated.

According to the members of government, vaccination is the only way to ensure safety and get protected from the virus. It is also the surest way to stop the spread and create a healthy working environment for all state agents,  pensioners and their family members.

From the theme: “Together for Vaccination for Collective Immunity and for a Public Service without risk and without Covid-19”,   it is clear that the objective is to get at least 50% of state agents and pensioners vaccinated.

According to Dr. MANAOUDA Malachie,  Minister of Public  health, no case of death has been registered so far with respect to taking the vaccine, after having administered over 600.000 doses in Cameroon.

 However, all those taking vaccines are invited to inform health authorities in case of any nefarious side effects 28 days after taking the vaccine. 

At present there are so many different doses of vaccines in Cameroon: AstraZeneca, Johnson&Johnson administered in one  dose, Sinopharm and in a matter of weeks we'd have the Pfizzer vaccine.

 Statistics reveal that, 7.12 billion doses have already been administered in the world over and an estimated number of 47.8 million persons take vaccines everyday against Covid-19.

Cameroon has recorded only 1.1% of completely vaccinated persons and over 3.9% of the population have received the 1st dose.

 It is expected that by January 2022, Cameroon should have attained 20% vaccinated people and 60% by December 2022,( i.e an estimated number of 15 million Cameroonians to be vaccinated).

 

 

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