Angola Makes Covid-19 Vaccines Compulsory For Adults

The Angolan government has decreed that all citizens aged 18 years and above including pregnant women must be inoculated against Covid-19 before October 14.

According to the Minister of State and head of the Presidency, access to public services, restaurants, meetings, activities in closed spaces, teaching establishments, shows, cinemas, games rooms, as well as to sports activities will be subjected to submission of a vaccination certificate or a negative test at the end of the deadline.

The measures with effect between October 1-31 include the closure of the beaches in the country and the access ban on bathing areas and public swimming pools.

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A fortnight ago, beaches and swimming pools were reopened in Angola after two years.

Angola recently recorded 664 new cases, the highest number since the start of the pandemic.

So far, it has recorded 57,247 Covid-19 cases, 1,548 deaths, 47,950 recoveries and 7,749 cases still active

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