1. 16-year-olds can now receive COVID-19 jab, says NPHCDA  Punch Newspapers
  2. INSIGHT: Fully vaccinated people are testing positive for COVID -- but there's no cause for alarm  TheCable
  3. Safety, side effect among factors fueling vaccine hesitancy in Nigeria, study shows  Guardian Nigeria
  4. COVID-19: Accelerated development of vaccine reason for side effects – Study  Vanguard
  5. COVID-19: Nigeria Yet to Vaccinate 50% of Target Population, Says FG  THISDAY Newspapers
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The National Primary Healthcare Development Agency has given a vaccination waiver for individuals aged 16 and 17 to enable them to receive coronavirus jabs.The National Primary Healthcare Development Agency has given a vaccination waiver for individuals aged 16 and 17 to enable them to receive coronavirus jabs.

16-year-olds can now receive COVID-19 jab, says NPHCDA

In recent weeks, several fully-vaccinated persons have announced that they tested positive for COVID, and this has raised questions about...In recent weeks, several fully-vaccinated persons have announced that they tested positive for COVID, and this has raised questions about...

INSIGHT: Fully vaccinated people are testing positive for COVID -- but there's no cause for alarm

A study conducted by National Institute for Pharmaceutical Research and Development (NIPRD) has shown that concerns over safety and side effects are among major factorsA study conducted by National Institute for Pharmaceutical Research and Development (NIPRD) has shown that concerns over safety and side effects are among major factors

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Nigeria is experiencing a 40 per cent drop in the uptake of the second dose of COVID-19 vaccine. Nigeria is experiencing a 40 per cent drop in the uptake of the second dose of COVID-19 vaccine.

COVID-19 second vaccine uptake dips by 40% in Nigeria | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News — Nigeria — The Guardian Nigeria News – Nigeria and World News

• 33 million vaccines so far procured Onyebuchi Ezigbo in Abuja The federal government has said the country was yet to vaccinate 50 per cent of its eligible population since the exercise began last…

COVID-19: Nigeria Yet to Vaccinate 50% of Target Population, Says FG | THISDAYLIVE