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WATCH: Health Ministry Promotes Vaccination As A Life-Saving Basic Right

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Saint Lucia’s Ministry of Health continues its drive to make vaccines available to all eligible individuals while promoting vaccination as the most cost-effective component of healthcare services, saving more lives than any other primary healthcare intervention.

Assistant Principal Nursing Officer Bernadette Regis said vaccines are subject to robust international testing protocols.

She explained that the protocols involve thousands of volunteers to establish safe, quality-assured, and effective medicines.

According to the Assistant Principal Nursing Officer, administering vaccines and immunisation are critical aspects of Saint Lucia’s primary health care programme, constituting a basic right of all citizens to avail themselves of the life-saving opportunity.

Her complete statement appears below:

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3 COMMENTS

  1. When vaccine manufacturers take full liability for their product then I will consider it. Until then no thanks and none for my child.

  2. Go to πŸ”₯hell ❗
    Vax -In-Limbo/
    Mid terms coming ❗
    Global Vax in 666
    Was prepared for the devil 🐍 and his angels ❗

    But :
    God is still the best doctor and prayer is still the best medicine ❗
    Vax in O LORD, the nations (leaders,priest,pastors,elders….
    have invade your sanctuary…
    Arise O LORD, their gods are their stomachs,and their glory is their Shame ❗

  3. The Ministry of Health in Saint Lucia is committed to making vaccines available to all eligible individuals. They believe that vaccination is the most cost-effective component of healthcare services and saves more lives than any other primary healthcare intervention. Click this cambiati web for more information!

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