South Sudan offers 72,000 doses of estrogen vaccine
The country received 132,000 doses at the end of March from Kovacs, the global mechanism for delivering vaccines to poor countries, but warned that they could not administer them before their expiration, on Tuesday, May 25, at the Angelo Cop Tone Health Ministry’s Govt-19 operations.
After this visit, Juba hopes that about 52,000 quantities will remain in the country from the same constituency, which can be used before the July 18 expiration date. Of the 12 million people, only 7,996 South Sudanese received a single dose.
According to officials, the use was hampered by logistics issues: the condition and safety of roads in this country, which has emerged from the civil war, is critical. But also because people are reluctant to get vaccinated. Continuing problem on the African continent.
The suspension of the astrogenic vaccine, especially in South Africa, has increased public distrust. Therefore, South Sudan is not the only country to have to repay its vaccines without losing them. The Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) had to give up 1.3 million shares redistributed to other African countries.
Upon hearing this, John Enkensang, Director of the African Center for Prevention and Control of Disease Control (CDC Africa), announced that an awareness campaign would be launched specifically to explain it. “Vaccines are safe and save lives”.
For his part, Dr. Matsidiso Moyati, President of the World Health Organization (WHO) Africa Office, calls on states to take action to improve communication through churches, women’s associations, and youth … “Messages are sent to people by people they trust”, He clarified.
Partial resumption of Air Algeria flights
After a suspension of more than fifteen months, Algeria announced on Monday 24 May that it would resume flights from 1 p.m.There is June for four countries. “Three weekly flights from France and will be offered” With the exception of weekly flights from Turkey (Istanbul), Spain (Barcelona) and Tunisia (Tunis) and weekly flights to Paris and Paris, and one flight from Marseille via Air Algeri, a newspaper refers to the release from the Prime Minister.
Decided in March 2020, at the onset of the Govt-19 epidemic, the closure of borders and the suspension of commercial flights and maritime connections cut off many Algerians from their home country. In March, as the English variant appeared in Algeria at the end of February, accessible return flights were also stopped under the conditions.
This long-awaited reopening is highly prohibited, however, upon their arrival, passengers must comply with a five-day jail stay at the hotel chosen by the authorities. These accommodation costs and screening test will be the responsibility of the passengers and the boarding will have to be paid.