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Tanzania says embassies, international agencies can import COVID-19 vaccines

President Samia (Suluhu Hassan) said embassies and international organisations have been permitted to import COVID-19 vaccines to inoculate their own nationals and staff to meet their countries and institution’s requirements and remove barriers on their daily work,” the presidency said in a statement. The health ministry will coordinate the importation of vaccines for them, it added.

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Tanzania said on Friday embassies and international agencies can import COVID-19 vaccines to inoculate their citizens and staff against the coronavirus. The move is part of a more proactive approach to tackling the disease following the death in March of President John Magufuli, who underplayed the pandemic and expressed scepticism of vaccines.[nL1N2LZ0KF}

The announcement came after experts presented President Samia Suluhu Hassan with a plan, including the issuing of vaccines in the country. “President Samia (Suluhu Hassan) said embassies and international organisations have been permitted to import COVID-19 vaccines to inoculate their own nationals and staff to meet their countries and institution’s requirements and remove barriers on their daily work,” the presidency said in a statement.

 

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The health ministry will coordinate the importation of vaccines for them, it added. Tanzania is one of a handful of African countries that have not yet received vaccines, according to the World Health Organization.

The government reported 509 infections and 21 coronavirus-related deaths before it stopped reporting cases in May 2020. The experts have advised the government to resume publishing accurate statistics.

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Zaraki Kenpachi