Covid in Senegal: 400,000 Doses Risk Being Tossed Because People Are Refusing the Vaccine

ER Editor: The Senegalese sound pretty sensible. And it’s well-known that African countries have been very hard hit by Bill Gates and the cabal’s vaccine schemes. A Caucasian friend in South Africa notes the general hesitancy over Covid vaccines on the part of the black community, whereas the ‘whites’ will happily line up to take theirs.


Covid in Senegal: 400,000 doses of vaccine at risk of being thrown away as people refuse to be vaccinated

Senegalese authorities fear 400,000 doses of vaccine will expire by the end of the year

And Senegal is not left out. According to the American media outlet WTVBAM, Senegalese state authorities fear that 400,000 doses of vaccine will be thrown away by the end of the year. The media outlet quotes information from Ousseynou Badiane, who is in charge of vaccine coverage in Senegal.

“The biggest problem is still reluctance. The number of cases is decreasing and they (people) ask themselves: ‘Why do we need to be vaccinated if the disease is no longer there? According to Badiane, the reluctance has a significant impact on the fiasco of the vaccination campaign. According to Badiane, 15,000 people were vaccinated every day last summer, whereas today, only 1,000 to 2,000 people are registered daily.

Faced with such a situation, Badiane is not hoping for a miracle. “We are not optimistic. We don’t expect an increase in demand,” he regrets. As a reminder, the authorities in Senegal recently reported that 200,000 doses of vaccine had expired due to a lack of volunteers.




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