A special plane carrying a consignment of Ebola vaccine landed in Guinea on Monday night.
The vaccination roll-out which was to begin on Monday has been postponed due to bad weather conditions.
In fact, a dust storm in the Sahara on Sunday had forced the aircraft off course and diverted it to Senegal, delaying vaccine rollout by a day.
The vaccination campaign will then begin on Tuesday in the Guinean capital, Conakry.
Let’s remind that five people already died of the disease and 11,000 doses of the vaccine are to be taken to the city of Nzérékoré.