Togo to start administering Pfizer vaccines on July 7

Tuesday, 06 July 2021 16:17
Togo to start administering Pfizer vaccines on July 7

(Togo First) - The administration of Pfizer vaccines, 100,000 doses of which Togo received last month, will begin tomorrow, July 7, and end on July 22, 2021. 

Set to take place in two phases, the vaccination campaign will cover only the Grand Lomé area. In the first phase, going from July 7 to 14, people of 50 years and more will be vaccinated. In the second, which will start on July 15 and end on July 22, those aged 20 years old and above will receive the vaccine. 

The campaign is in line with the government’s ambition to achieve collective immunity and halt infection. 

Registration process is the same,” said the government while urging “those concerned to go get their first dose in the nearest health center.”

It should be noted that the country recently carried out a campaign to administer AstraZeneca vaccines. More than 300,000 people were vaccinated during the campaign, according to the Togolese authorities.  

Esaïe Edoh

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