She recently revealed this at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, spoke with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Abuja.
According to her, vaccines are the best options to end the pandemic, reduce deaths, restore normalcy to life and get Nigeria back to rebuilding its economy.
She added that if all nations get enough people vaccinated in 2021, we can look towards a 2022 being a normal world again.
Her words, “If all countries get enough people vaccinated in 2021, we can look towards a 2022 that looks more like life as we knew it,”
“It is then certified safe and effective by experts at the World Health Organisation (WHO) and granted Emergency Use Authorisation or Prequalitifcation.”
“So far, the WHO has granted authorisation for three COVID-19 vaccines. Eleven more vaccine candidates have applied or are currently being considered for authorisation, and should know their status in the coming weeks or months.”
“All the vaccines that have reported safety data are generally well tolerated, with mild reactions like injection site pain.
“Other systemic mild reactions include slight fatigue or headaches. These are all common reactions showing the vaccines are inducing an immune response.”
“Since the vaccines have been deployed in many countries such as Isreal and the U.S., the number of COVID-19 cases has begun to decline sharply, showing the value of vaccination.”
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