St Kitts and Nevis immunized 41.8% target population in 3 months

st kitts and nevis is going to immunize its targeted population

St Kitts and Nevis immunized 41.8% target population in 3 months
St Kitts and Nevis immunized 41.8% target population in 3 months

St Kitts: The people are getting immunized by the vaccination drives arranged by the government of St Kitts and Nevis. Prime Minister Timothy Harris said that might help the campaign of vaccination is programming slowly, but we are sure that we have finalized to vaccinate our 70% of the population.

The targeted population of 33,037 people of St Kitts and Nevis is supposed to be vaccinated in the coming days to complete the goal of vaccination. The main motive of vaccinating the population is to achieve herd immunity of the people. In this way, the country can move towards a normalized life and boost the economy that it needs.

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According to the report, 41.8% of the population listed in that category that has taken 1st dose of vaccine. This shows that 28.8% of the population has still not been vaccinated with the first dose of the vaccine.

The 5.3% of the population has only fully vaccinated, which is 1,746 people.

St.Kitts and Nevis have administered 15,567 doses, out of which Nevis got 3,709 and St Kitts got 11,858 doses of vaccines. 

St Kitts and Nevis received 21,600 doses of vaccinations from PAHO and WHO on 7th April.

The vaccination is an essential weapon during this time to fight against the virus mutation of coronavirus. Following safety guidelines given by the government can also be another weapon of safety against the spread of the virus.

St Kitts and Nevis also got help from the government of India as 20,000 doses of vaccine were send to St Kitts and Nevis as help from India.

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In this pandemic, all country should unite and work to overcome this pandemic and again start the businesses like they were before and look forward to the new developments plans for the country.

St Kitts and Nevis have reported 45 cases of coronavirus with no death and out of which 44 recovered updates of 13th May 2021