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Tanzania set to go for COVID-19 vaccines as committee recommends

Tanzania's president H.E. Samia Suluhu Hassan has received a report from the expert committee on Covid-19. The report recommends giving out data on infection and deaths to the public, following WHO's guidelines, and the government to be under the COVAX facility in order to receive COVID-19 vaccines.

Early April, Samia appointed a committee to come up with ways to curb Corona virus. On her speech she said Tanzania is not an Island and they are part of the global community.

The late president, Dr. John Pombe Magufuli, handled things differently from the guidelines provided by WHO. He took it as a spiritual war and had to be fought spiritually. He managed to get rid of fear among his citizens. How did he attain that?

First, he made sure that daily briefing are suspend hence reducing tension. Secondly, he depended on God. In the Bible, the books of Kings, indicates well that the King who walked on God's ways was blessed and his people. The King who went against God got wrath and his people. Finally he encouraged his people that Corona virus is just like any other disease and therefore one should do physical exercises and sip a mixture of warm ginger and lemon.

As indicated by the panel, any potential immunization program in Tanzania should focus on medical care laborers, cutting edge laborers, those in the travel industry and cordiality industry, the old (over 50 years), weak gatherings with hidden conditions and explorers.

There ought to likewise be opportunity for individuals to choose whether or not to be vaccinated. 

Tanzania president Samia Saluhu Hassan declared on May 15 that the public authority will audit whether to manage the COVID-19 inoculation.

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