Yellow Fever - Nigeria to Start Mass Vaccination Campaign
The vaccination campaign has kicked off in three states - Kogi, Kwara and Zamfara - and is expected to move to Borno state where the programme will focus on camps for internally displaced persons and surrounding host communities. The World Health Organisation has pledged an annual donation of 20 million doses of the vaccine for the next nine years.
UN News, 25 January 2018
The Nigerian Government launched a mass vaccination campaign in alliance with the World Health Organization (WHO) on Thursday, aiming to immunize more than 25 million people before… Read more »
Premium Times, 25 January 2018
The federal government on Thursday began a mass vaccination campaign to prevent the spread of yellow fever in the country. Read more »
Yellow fever vaccination.
Guardian, 25 January 2018
The Nigerian government with support from the World Health Organisation (WHO) and partners will today launch a mass vaccination campaign to prevent the spread of yellow fever in… Read more »
Guardian, 24 January 2018
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has pledged a yearly donation of 20 million doses of vaccines to eradicate yellow fever in Nigeria.The WHO Representative, Dr. Fiona Braka,… Read more »
The Conversation Africa, 25 January 2018
When a rumour surfaced in 2003 that Nigeria's polio vaccine was possibly being contaminated with anti-fertility agents a boycott of the vaccine ensued and the country's polio… Read more »
Daily Trust, 24 January 2018
The World Health Organization (WHO) has promised to donate 20 million doses of vaccines annually towards eradicating yellow fever in the country. Read more »