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More than 29 million Nigerians Don collect complete covid vaccine – NPHCDA

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Di National Primary Health Care Development Agency don tok say out of all the people wey qualify to collect COVID-19 vaccine, 29,052,850 don collect full dose of di Moderna and Pfizer vaccines.

Di NPHCDA also tok say 12,182,298 people just dey partially vaccinated.

Di agency been tok dis one on Monday as dem dey give update of vaccination wey dem don do as of August 21st on top dia twitter page.

The number wey dem give na:

“For people wey don collect complete dose, Kano dey lead the states with the highest number with 5,079,077; followed by Jigawa – 3,216,472; Kaduna – 2,631,840; Lagos – 1,596,908; Nasarawa – 1,575,708; Osun – 1,152,532; Ogun – 989,629; Adamawa – 930,965; Oyo – 899,666.

Zamfara na tenth in fully vaccinated rates with 808,082; Plateau – 775,690; Kwara – 719,318; Kastina – 698,409; Gombe – 547,352; FCT – 507,348; Ekiti – 490,088; Benue – 487,836; Delta – 442,782; Enugu – 439,099; Borno – 400,820; Sokoto – 394,596; Anambra – 391,192; Niger – 387,738.

Other State rates wey follow na; Bauchi – 359,767; Rivers – 350,070; Kebbi – 344,287; Imo – 337,249; Abia – 325,269; Cross River – 323,300; Ondo – 314,963; Yobe – 254,802; Taraba – 233,560; Akwa Ibom – 213,287; Kogi – 155,674; Edo – 154,192; Ebonyi – 86,311; and Bayelsa with 37,000.

Kano still dey lead the states with the highest number of partially vaccinated persons with 2,890,916; followed by Jigawa – 997,289; Kaduna – 669,012; Lagos – 449,548; Oyo – 444,140; Sokoto – 438,590; Kastina – 426,282; Zamfara – 421,019.

Ogun na ninth in partially vaccinated rates with 350,634; Osun – 321,651; Nasarawa – 321,370; Kebbi – 302,916; Ekiti – 285,605; Benue – 284,214; Niger – 238,191; River – 236,690; Yobe – 216,457; FCT – 203,151; Bauchi – 200,161; Delta – 192,905.

Others wey follow; Ondo – 191,962; Borno – 186,810; Anambra – 166,729; Cross River – 161,973; Enugu – 158,576; Kogi – 158,381; Kwara – 158,248; Adamawa – 153,015; Gombe – 152,165; Taraba – 139,972; Plateau – 134,319; Akwa Ibom – 129,997; Imo – 119, 119; Edo – 109,747; Abia – 68,435; Ebonyi – 65,378; Bayelsa – 36,152.

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