Ugandan leader's vaccine instability |  NTV

Ugandan leader’s vaccine instability | NTV


In Uganda, where mass vaccination has begun, President Yoweri Museveni has announced that he has not yet decided which vaccine to be given and therefore it is not vaccine.

In his speech on television, Museveni denied the allegations that new types of corona virus (Covid-19) vaccines were secretly vaccinated before they arrived in the country, stating that he was “very careful” and is still thinking about which vaccine should be.

The 76-year-old leader, who has priority in vaccination due to his age, stated that his family is also not vaccinated.

AstraZeneca vaccines are shot to the public in the country where mass vaccination started with about 1 million doses of vaccine donated by India and came to the country under the Covid-19 Vaccines Global Access Program (COVAX).

In Uganda, where 40 thousand 581 cases have been seen so far, the number of people who died due to the virus is 334.


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