The U.S. Embassy in Djibouti has announced 29,250 new U.S. Government donations of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine as part of the U.S. Government’s global efforts to combat the COVID-19 pandemic.Vaccine arrived in Djibouti on Saturday, January 1stst It was transferred to a military hospital in Djibouti and safely stored at -80 degrees Celsius.
This donation, coordinated by COVAX, will help protect Djibouti residents, including people under the age of 18, from the COVID-19 virus and prevent further spread of new strains of the virus. The US government fully supports the Djibouti authorities’ vaccination efforts and encourages everyone to be vaccinated.
Andrea Tomaszewicz, Deputy Chief of Mission of the US Embassy, and Martha Dye, Deputy Representative of USAID, visited the hospital’s storage facility today with UNICEF representatives and Dr. Omar Mahamoud Ismael, Coordinator of the Department of Health’s Vaccine Program. DCM Tomaszewicz is further assisting with the long-standing efforts of the United States to ensure access to medical services for the people of Djibouti and the challenges of a new variant of COVID-19 as we all face together. I emphasized that it is important.
The Pfizer Vaccine Donation, along with the Johnson and Johnson Vaccines donated from the United States last July, is another example of how the US-Djibouti partnership works to benefit all Djibouti people. is.
Ambassade des États-Distributed by the APO Group on behalf of Unisen Djibouti.
Coronavirus-Djibouti: US Donates Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine to Djibouti
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