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Make naija people come collect covid19 vaccines – NPHCDA

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The National Primary Health Care Development Agency don reveal say 36,133,196 people of di ones wey don reach to collect covid19 vaccine don collect full Moderna and Pfizer vaccines.

Di NPHCDA also yan say out of di ones wey don reach, 12,943,584 people don collect part covid19 vaccine.

Di agency been reveal dis one on Monday on top dia official twitter handle, @NphcdaNG, when dem dey give update for COVID-19 vaccination as of September 18th, 2022.

NPHCDA data report for di top states wey don collect full vaccine dey here:

“Kano has the highest number with 5,607,504. In the second position is Jigawa with 3,464,317; followed by Kaduna – 3,059,986; Osun – 1,899,645; Nasarawa – 1,716,830; Lagos – 1,613,783; Oyo – 1,389,336; Plateau – 1,250,190.

“Kastina is in the ninth position for fully vaccinated rate with 1,181,898; Ogun – 1,126,134; Zamfara – 1,125,370; Adamawa – 980,897; Kwara – 921,777; Ekiti – 811,841; Gombe – 792,575; Kebbi – 759,114; Niger – 745,157; Sokoto – 646,704; Benue – 612,772; Bauchi – 578,411; Enugu – 545, 577.

“Others include, FCT – 545,017; Imo – 530,896; Delta – 512,790; Anambra – 447,319; Abia – 447,224; Borno – 445,214; Cross River – 425,428; Yobe – 354,262; Ondo – 345,871; Taraba – 246,847; Akwa Ibom – 229,944; Rivers – 221,290; Edo – 201,359; Kogi – 157,893; Ebonyi – 137,146; Bayelsa – 54,878.

“Kano leads the states with the highest number of partially vaccinated individuals with 3,055,632; followed by Jigawa – 1,024,285; Kaduna – 681,591; Sokoto – 464,029; Oyo – 460,750; Kastina – 456,728; Lagos – 447,981; Benue – 414,399; Zamfara – 409,580.

“In the tenth is Osun with 356,901; followed by Kebbi – 336,255; Ogun – 324,505; Ekiti – 324,300; Nasarawa – 297,165; Yobe – 251,800; Niger – 243,317; Anambra – 230,817; Ondo – 219,853; Borno – 218,119; Bauchi – 211,295; FCT – 207,408; Delta – 202,790; Enugu – 193,262.

“Others are as follow, Gombe – 185,479; Rivers – 180,788; Taraba – 171,241; Cross River – 164,060; Kogi – 158,820; Kwara – 158,125; Adamawa – 156,182; Imo – 149,777; Akwa Ibom – 137,370; Plateau – 120,198; Edo – 106,863; Abia – 92,997; Ebonyi – 91,867, Bayelsa – 37,055”.

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