Only 2% of the population or less In different countries half of the African continent The number of people who have been vaccinated against COVID-19, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Thursday (Sept. 30), is a fraction compared to other places.
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“The latest data showed a slight increase. But it is still far from reaching the goals of the World Health Organization. who want to vaccinate up to 40% of the population at the end of the year,” said Richard Mihaiko, WHO's vaccine coordinator in Africa.
“Vaccination deliveries are on the rise. But ambiguous delivery plans remain the number one disruption holding back Africa,” Mihaiko said.
Africa received a total of 23 million doses of the vaccine in September, a 10-fold increase from September.
However, the World Health Organization states that of the 54 African nations Up to half of them have recently been vaccinated against COVID-19. to the people who have completed only 2% of the population or less
Countries that achieve the target of 10% or more They are all nations with relatively small populations. Among them include the islands of Mauritius and the Seychelles. More than 60% of the population has been vaccinated with complete vaccination.
In Morocco, 48 percent of the population has received two doses of the vaccine, while in Tunisia, the Comoros and Cape Verde islands. Vaccinate people with 2 injections of more than 20%