Masisi Gets First COVID-19 shot

Masisi Gets First COVID-29 shot PIC: PHATSIMO KAPENG
Masisi Gets First COVID-29 shot PIC: PHATSIMO KAPENG

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Speaking briefly after he had just arrived from a State visit to Tanzania, Masisi said those running the vaccine campaign made arrangements of who will receive the jab and when, hence he waited for his turn.

He encouraged everyone to take the jab when their time comes in order to save lives. Botswana is currently administering its second dose for people who received their first jabs of Sinovac.

The country has administered at least 150,000 doses of COVID-19 vaccines so far, with a total of 59,480 cases and 896 fatalities.


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Transparency Key In COVID-19 Fight

When the pandemic reached Botswana’s shores last year March, a nation united in the quest to defeat an invisible enemy. It is a moment never witnessed in recent memory, with the catastrophes of the world war and the 1918 Spanish influenza being the only other comparisons in living memory. Botswana, like the rest of the world, had to readjust its priorities and channel most, if not all, of its energies towards fighting COVID-19. It has not been...

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