Eighteen-year-old people can get vaccinated against Covid-19 from now on in Togo. The government announced in a statement released on Sept. 13.
The country, which received new Pfizer and Sinovac shots last week, is deploying the vaccines across the territory. “These shots are being distributed in all of the country’s regions and will be administered to those aged 18 and above,” Lomé wrote in the statement.
The authorities thus urged people concerned to “go to the nearest health center to get their first shot or their second for those who already got their first.”
Let’s recall that the government decided to vaccinate 60% of the population, to achieve herd immunity. To this end, anyone visiting an administrative building must show their proof of vaccination.