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Following controversial remarks by Tanzania's president, WHO urges country to stick to science in fight against Covid-19

February 3, 2021. Summarized by summa-bot.

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The World Health Organization (WHO) is urging officials in Tanzania to follow science in the fight against the coronavirus, after the country's president said the approved vaccines are "dangerous" and that "not all vaccines are of good intentions to our nation."

(CNN)The World Health Organization (WHO) is urging officials in Tanzania to follow science in the fight against the coronavirus, after the country's president said the approved vaccines are "dangerous" and that "not all vaccines are of good intentions to our nation. "

Science shows that #VaccinesWork and I encourage the government to prepare for a COVID vaccination campaign," WHO's Regional Africa Director Dr. Matshidiso Moeti said on January 28, following President John Magufuli's comments from the previous day.

"I really urged the ministry of health to be very, very careful with all the vaccines which are imported into our country, not all vaccines are of good intentions to our nation, it is important that we Tanzanians be very careful with some of these vaccines imported to our country," he said.

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