UNICEF Specialist, Communication for Development, Mrs Elizabeth Onitolo recently revealed this at the Adamawa State Capital during a three-day media workshop.
According to her, Nigerians should stop spreading rumours about the vaccines because everyone is at risk of contracting the virus.
She added that the government is definitely doing everything to get people to focus on the science that justifies the use of the vaccine, rather than creates sensational politics and unfounded stories around it.
Her words, ”There is no natural immunity to COVID-19, hence, the need for everyone to continue to observe the non-pharmaceutical measures which include washing of hands, use of face masks and observing physical distancing.”
“COVID-19 vaccine is safe; the vaccine has been certified safe by the World Health Organisation and the National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC).”
“COVID-19 does not contain any micro-chips as is being speculated in some section; there is a need to continue to wear face mask even after vaccination.”
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