Lagos administers 2.19m doses of COVID-19 vaccines

According to Abayomi, 25,145 Pfizer doses, as well as 388 doses of Moderna vaccine, were given as boosters

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The Lagos state commissioner of health, Professor Akin Abayomi, has announced the number of Covid-19 vaccines that has been administered.

While presenting the state’s Vaccination Report on Saturday, Abayomi announced this on his official Twitter account @ProfAkinAbayomi.

According to Abayomi, the first shot of the AstraZeneca vaccine was given to 1,026,144 people, and the second dose was given to 569,920 people.

According to Abayomi, the first administration of the Moderna vaccine was given to 335,404 people, while the second dose was given to 249,699 people.

The first dosage of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccines was given to 5,664 people, and the second dose was given to 8,948 people, according to the Lagos commissioner of health.

According to Abayomi, 25,145 Pfizer doses, as well as 388 doses of Moderna vaccine, were given as boosters.

According to Abayomi, 3.42 percentage of the sample audience has got two vaccine doses.

According to him, the state is required to inject 13,895,199 vaccine doses to meet its herd immunity goal.

Abayomi emphasized that vaccinations are a simple and effective way to safeguard from COVID-19 infection, and she recommended the public to get vaccinated.

Furthermore, according to the World Health Organization (WHO), the majority of individuals hospitalized worldwide are unvaccinated.

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