20 July 2021
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Gabon is to launch a website dedicated to reporting adverse effects of Covid-19 vaccines, Pr Marielle Bouyou-Akotet, the President of the National Vaccination Committee announced.
With the clear increase in the number of daily vaccinations in the country, the Gabonese health authorities have expressed the need to establish a website for people who received the Covid-19 vaccine.
The website aims to report adverse effects resulting from the vaccine inoculation.
According to Pr Marielle Bouyou-Akotet, “this site will allow vaccinated people to notify, without prejudice, any side effects to enable the pharmacovigilance sub-committee to act as quickly as possible”.
The site will also help determine whether there is a related link between the vaccine (and / or vaccination) and a given adverse effect.
With a recent downturn in the number of infections and active cases, Gabon is multiplying efforts to ensure the country’s community herd immunity.
As of July 14, a total of 50,227 people received Covid-19 vaccine first dose. About 32,621 have been fully vaccinated.
So far, no important side effects have been officially reported.
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