“We are also in plans to do a multiple deployment once we get our vaccines.
The plan followed the suspension of
“We have started engaging the counties, so that we start mapping out facilities that will administer which particular vaccine and once that is done, we will then have the campaign so that as the vaccines come in they can be utilised as soon as possible,” Dr Akhwale explained.
He said the government is still optimistic that the second batch of the COVAX consignment will arrive in time.
“There is absolutely no harm in moving the vaccination of the second dose from 8-12 weeks because it is very much within what has been recommended and for us therefore we are planning to do that with the assurance that COVAX now has some doses to distribute to countries through May,” Dr Akhwale stated.
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