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In what could be regarded as a swift respond towards curtailing the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, the government of Seychelles says it has begun vaccinating its population against the coronavirus; making it the first nation in Africa to launch the campaign.

Seychelles Health Minister, Peggy Vidot made this announcement after the country got its first doses of the vaccines made by Chinese drug maker SinoPharm which was donated by the government of United Arab Emirates. 

The entire population of the archipelago island nation is expected to be vaccinated on a voluntary basis with president Wavel Ramkalawan, among the first persons to have been vaccinated.

While given a break-down of how the vaccination campaign was expected to be carried out, the Seychelles Health Minister noted that after the country’s leaders, the vaccination campaign will be extended to all medical personnel, then to people working in essential sectors, and then to people over 65 years old before finally reaching the rest of the population.

Data from the World Health Organization, shows that Seychelles has so far recorded over 500 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 1 death; but this figure is constantly rising, with an average of more than 20 new infections per day.

In what could be regarded as a swift respond towards curtailing the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, the government of Seychelles says it has begun vaccinating its population against the coronavirus; making it the first nation in Africa to launch the campaign. Seychelles Health Minister, Peggy Vidot made this announcement after the country got its first doses of the vaccines made by Chinese drug maker SinoPharm which was donated by the government of United Arab Emirates.  The entire population of the archipelago island nation is expected to be vaccinated on a voluntary basis with president Wavel Ramkalawan, among the first persons to have

As part of preventive measure to curtail the spread of the new strain of Covid-19 variant identified in South Africa, the UK government has extended a travel ban to international passengers from Southern African countries coming into the country. According to a report from Reuters, the UK government said that the restriction is expected to take effect on Saturday and will be in place for 2 weeks. This new measure by the UK government follows the new data on the steep rise in incidence of the new variant, that has vastly increased the risk of community transmission between 9 other southern African countries as

New Release: The African Economic Congress 2020 Report.