Since the vaccination campaign began in South Sudan in April of last year, over 900,000 people have been fully immunized against COVID-19. On Monday, WHO COVID-19 Vaccines Global Access (COVAX) Coordinator Brendan Dineen announced that a total of 902,923 people had been fully vaccinated.
“Over the last two weeks, over 250,000 people have been fully vaccinated in over 175 payams.” “A total of 995,187 vaccine doses have been administered since the start of the COVID-19 vaccination program in April 2021,” Dineen told The Juba Echo in Juba.
He stated that increased vaccination efforts have been carried out in 28 counties over the last two weeks and will continue until June 2nd. WHO conducted these vaccination campaigns in the states of Lakes, Warrap, Unity, Jonglei, and Upper Nile.
The Health Pooled Fund (HPF), according to Dineen, is currently expanding vaccination in seven counties across Northern Bahr al Ghazal, Unity, Western Bahr al Ghazal, and Central Equatoria state. State health ministries, county health departments, and health partner agencies oversee vaccination campaigns in their respective areas.