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US Vaccination in Nigeria: the country receives 4 million doses of moderna from the United States

21:30  01 august  2021
21:30  01 august  2021 Source:   20minutes.fr

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the Nigeria received this Sunday of the United States four million doses of the Vaccine Moderna against the coronavirus, at the moment when the West African giant crosses a third wave. The doses were routed by airplane at Abuja airport, the capital of the country of 200 million. This is the second batch of Vaccines for Nigeria, after the four million first doses of the Astrazeneca vaccine, received in March under the COVAX program, designed to provide vaccines with low-income countries.

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The COVID-19 did 2,149 dead and infected nearly 174,000 people in Nigeria since early 2020, according to an official census. But these figures are undervalued, the number of tests carried out being low. In July, the Nigerian Disease Control Center (NCDC) said he detected the Virus Virus Variant, very contagious, which put the authorities in alert state.

In June, Nigeria banned entry into the country to passengers who are not citizens or permanent residents, having stayed in South Africa in the last 14 days. Similar restrictions had already been imposed on travelers from Brazil, India and Turkey.

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CANBERRA, Australia — The Australian government says Moderna next month will become the third COVID-19 vaccine available in Australia. Prime Minister Scott Morrison said the Australian vaccine regulator approved the Moderna shot Monday for adults. The first million doses will arrive in Australia in late September and 10 million Moderna shots are scheduled to be delivered to Australia this year, Health Minister Greg Hunt said. Australia has aPrime Minister Scott Morrison said the Australian vaccine regulator approved the Moderna shot Monday for adults.

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