Kigali car rentals is quite flexible when it comes to pick-up times, unlike the fact…
The Ministry of Health defined a clear vaccination plan as soon as an agreement was finalised with COVAX, a global initiative aimed at equitable access to COVID-19 vaccines, and well before the vaccines from COVAX were delivered. Rwanda has the Pfizer and AstraZeneca vaccines.
The plan had a priority list to ensure that essential workers and people most at risk of infection and COVID-19-related death would receive the vaccine first. The list of 3 million included frontline healthcare workers, the elderly, individuals with underlying conditions, and people living in crowded settings such as refugees and prison populations. Other essential workers such as teachers and women and men in uniform were also included.
The Government of Rwanda approved a COVID-19 vaccine for use and vaccines are available in Rwanda for but only for residents of Rwanda who meet the criteria for certain eligible groups.
Rwandan citizens and residents in the eligible groups can receive the vaccine at vaccination centers.