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COVID-19: “teachers should be among those prioritized for the vaccines”, WHO

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On Monday August 30, the European directorates of the World Health Organization (WHO) and Unicef said teachers and school staff should be among the priority groups for vaccination against Covid-19. Measures to ensure that schools can stay open throughout the pandemic “include offering teachers and other school staff the COVID-19 vaccine as part of …

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Rwanda to host dozens of Afghan schoolgirls, education ministry says

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Following the seizing of power of Taliban militants in Afghanistan, the Rwandan government has announced its intention of hosting dozens of Afghan schoolgirls. Shabana Basij-Rasikh, the founder of a privately run School of Leadership, Afghanistan (Sola), said on Tuesday that about 250 students, staff and family members were en-route to …

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COVID-19: Rwanda to receive 500,000 doses of Pfizer vaccine from US

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Kevin Munoz, the White House spokesman on Twitter announced that the US has sent over 488,000 doses of the Pfizer vaccine to Rwanda. The doses included part of “500 million shots pledged and purchased this summer” by President Joe Biden’s administration for the Covax initiative, which delivers vaccines to poorer …

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