“I am sure you are aware that there is a portal that already exists and there is a link that allows you to register or preregister and identify your local government so it can be close to the available centre as possible.
“We will be prioritising our front line health workers, our elders and we go down the line as stipulated by NPHCDA,” said the governor.
According to him, the arrival of the vaccines signaled the beginning of the end of the pandemic that had disrupted lives in the last 13 months.
“This vaccines that we are getting, the protocol is that we get the first shot and then we get the booster shots and it is not until we get that booster shots that we have the required level of immunity.
“We are beginning to see the end of the pandemic, the COVID- 19 protocols and guidelines continues,” he said.
The governor said he and his Deputy, Noimot Salako -Oyedele, would lead in taking the vaccines. (NAN)No tags for this post.