The initiative for social and economic rights (ISER) a rights advocacy group is tasking the government of Uganda to come clear on the COVID19 vaccination strategy.
Addressing a news conference today at their offices in Kampala, the executive director ISER Salima Namusobya reveals that there has been mixed messaging on Uganda’s plans to vaccinating citizens against COVID19 which according to her this pauses worries on what true the govt has in store for the citizens in regards to treatment and cure of the pandemic.
However, the programmes manager right to health at ISER, Allana Kembabazi questions the USD.405M amount of money Uganda is going to pay COVAX the covid19 vaccine manufacturer for the vaccine saying its way too high compared to payments made by other countries.
The rights advocacy body has also paused 12 question to govt quizzing its readiness to vaccinate the masses, manage the vaccine among other under lying issues geared towards ending the pandemic.
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