COVID-19 vaccination in Chad

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COVID-19 vaccination in Chad
DateJune 4, 2021 (2021-06-04)
Cause COVID-19 pandemic

COVID-19 vaccination in Chad is an ongoing immunisation campaign against severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2), the virus that causes coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), in response to the ongoing pandemic in the country.

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Chad began its vaccination program on 4 June 2021, initially after receiving 200,000 doses of the Sinopharm BIBP vaccine donated by China. [1] As of 10 June 2021, 5,324 doses have been administered. [2]

History

Timeline

June 2021

Vaccinations started on 4 June, initially with 200,000 doses of the Sinopharm BIBP vaccine donated by China. By the end of the month 11,390 doses had been administered. [3]

July 2021

By the end of the month 26,511 doses had been administered. [3]

August 2021

By the end of the month 51,697 doses had been administered. [3]

September 2021

By the end of the month 130,369 doses had been administered. [3]

October 2021

By the end of the month 224,180 doses had been administered while 1% of the target population had been fully vaccinated. [3]

November 2021

By the end of the month 258,618 doses had been administered while 1% of the target population had been fully vaccinated. [3]

December 2021

By the end of the month 330,522 doses had been administered while 1% of the target population had been fully vaccinated. [3]

Progress

Cumulative vaccinations in Chad [4]

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References

  1. Bazzara-Kibangula, Aurélie (6 June 2021). "Le Tchad lance sa campagne de vaccination contre le Covid-19" (in French). RFI. Retrieved 11 June 2021.
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