CMA President urges all citizens of the Commonwealth of Nations to take the Covid-19 vaccine

As part of measures to halt the devastating impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, some Covid-19 vaccines have been developed and circulated. However, despite this development there is evidence of vaccine hesitancy across various countries of the Commonwealth. This situation calls for intervention by leaders at different levels. Indeed, times like this demand leadership by example to convince citizens to take the vaccine, and by so doing, help to protect humanity.
In the light of the foregoing, the CMA President, Dr Osahon Enabulele, who has received his 1st shot of the Covid-19 vaccine administered to him by Nurse Braimah Falilat, calls on all citizens of the Commonwealth of Nations to visit the nearest Covid-19 vaccination centres in their countries to receive their shots of the Covid-19 vaccine.
Let’s get vaccinated and protect humanity from the consequences of Covid-19