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Thursday, September 9, 2021

Doctors Association welcome more COVID-19 vaccines

Health Doctors Association welcome more COVID-19 vaccines

The Resident Doctors Association of Zambia have welcomed the arrival of more COVID-19 vaccines in the country.

The Association is optimistic that the 151, 200 doses of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine which arrived in the country yesterday will reach the remaining citizens around the country.

Association President Brian Sampa appealed for the rolling out of the vaccines to other district in order to have a variety to be selected from.

“We welcome the Johnson and Johnson vaccine and we hope it is rolled out to all parts of the country so that everyone has a chance to get the vaccine,” said Sampa.

Dr. Sampa has since urged citizens not to follow the myths that are being spread towards the various vaccines that have been brought into the country.

And University Teaching Hospital (UTH) Head of Department for Internal Medicine Edford Sinkala has also welcomed the Johnson and Johnson Vaccine that has been received in the country.

“Let every citizen get vaccinated against the pandemic and ensure they follow all the regulations given by the Ministry of Health even after getting vaccinated,” said Dr. Sinkala

Dr. Sinkala has since urged health workers to be professional in their work by encouraging and sensitizing citizens on the importance of getting the COVID-19 vaccinations.

19 COMMENTS

  1. A govt of beggars…meanwhile they are busy dishing out money to every chief in the country but can not procure drugs

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  2. This is welcome news. We are inching towards protecting each one of us. The government is really taking good care of people.

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  3. @Tarino Orange You are one sadist person. What’s the harm in getting help from developed nations? Don’t find fault in everything that government does. No one is paying the chiefs to buy them out. Do you think they are so gullible?

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  4. The government is doing its part, now it is for the people to come forward and get vaccinated. Let’s help the government to serve us better.

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  5. @Zambian You can prefer not to get vaccinated. But that will put your life in danger. You can also die of Covid19. If you die prematurely, your life mission of criticising PF and President Lungu will remain incomplete. So, why don’t you get vaccinated so that you live to criticise PF?

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  6. Thanks a lot President Lungu for getting the vaccines. It will help the people in fighting the deadly virus and defeating it.

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  7. People, don’t wait for health department officials and workers to come to your home. Be proactive and go to the nearest vaccination centre. It for your own safety.

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  8. Zambia will never forget your dedication towards people and their welfare, Mr President. Your per-formance is unparalleled.

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  9. I am surprised to see some morons still criticising the government. These are the people who keep on finding faults in everything.

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  10. Amidst the news about political violence and politicising the pandemic, this is something to cheer about. Hope the good for nothing opposition realises that there are some things above the politics.

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  11. And Ntewewe attacks the donors of these vaccines with no reproach from any one. I think unemployment is our biggest problem, because people have to eat and they have to tow certain lines and will say anything to impress their paymasters

  12. There’s no begging here very few African governments can fund the covid vaccines be real it’s not even a disease that began here…..

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