By Blessing Oladunjoye
Nigeria has vaccinated 1.5% of its population since the first rollout of COVID-19 vaccine in March 2021. In this article, Blessing Oladunjoye writes about how misinformation has continued to threaten the COVID-19 vaccine utilization rate across the country.
“There is so much information about COVID-19 Vaccines, I don’t know whether they are all right or wrong, but I don’t know which to believe anymore. I would rather not take the vaccine than to find out that what I have heard is true.”
These were the words of Ifesinachi Victor, a mother of three who resides and works…
By Pauline Ongaji
When Anne Musanga, 70, from Kibera, Nairobi, got her first Covid-19 vaccination jab on April 23, she knew that after 12 weeks, she would receive her second and final one, thus ensuring her safety as far as the pandemic was concerned.
But this was not to be. According to Musanga, her blood pressure shot up after the vaccination and she was immediately put on medication. Her medical records show that her blood pressure was 171/83 mmHg.
Her second dose, which was supposed to be administered on June 26, has since not happened as she is yet to…
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Par Armelle Sitchoma
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By Jean Githae & Adaugo Isaac
A newly released global report has revealed that women are still grossly underrepresented in the media.