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Oyetola, Wife Receive Anti Covid-19 Vaccine



Governor Gboyega Oyetola,Deputy Governor, Benedict Alabi, First Lady Mrs Kafayat Oyetola, frontline health workers among other government official have received their first jab of Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine.

BlazeNewz reports that the state government on Tuesday night received 64,240 doses of the Oxford-AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccines.

Speaking during the vaccination exercise, the State Commissioner for Health, Dr Rafiu Isamotu, said the exercise is the first phase.

Isamotu explained that vaccinating the frontline workers first was in accordance with the laid down guidelines of the Federal Government for the exercise.

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According to him, “This is the first phase of the exercise. We want to administer vaccines to our frontline health workers first. They are the ones at the battle front and it is only ideal that their vaccination be given priority.

“This would be followed by the elderly, people with underlying ailments and others.

“So, the people of Osun should rest assured that they will be duly vaccinated. We want our people to make themselves available for the vaccination when they are called upon.

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“It is desirable to have the vaccine, and the government indeed wants its citizens to be vaccinated, but our people should continue to adhere to safety protocols, because being vaccinated does not mean that a person cannot test positive for Covid-19 again.

“We want our people to continue to mask up, wash their hands frequently and continue to maintain social distancing. For as long as we still have Covid-19 around us, we must continue to observe these guidelines”, Isamotu said.

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The first person to be vaccinated in Osun State was Dr Ajibola Olagunoye: Consultant, Public Health Physician and the Head of Case Management. He was followed by the Matron in charge of the Intensive Care Unit, and Assistant Director of Nursing Services, Mrs Akanbi Oluwakemi.

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Hammed Tajudeen is the editor in-chief of Blaze News, holds Higher National Diploma(HND) in Mass Communication, graduated from Osun State Polytechnic, Iree.

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