In some African countries, armed police apply vaccinations against Covid-19

KAMPALA, Uganda – A group of bus passengers were reluctant to show their Covid-19 vaccination cards at a routine checkpoint on Uganda’s main road on a recent Monday morning. The health inspectors showed little patience: they called the police.

While countries in some parts of the world have offered all sorts of inducements or threats to convince people to get vaccinated, from vaccine passports to lottery tickets, some African countries are taking a more aggressive stance by involving law enforcement. ‘order.


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