But nurses like Sy had to keep many others away.
Many older people appeared when the Covid vaccine was first available, but she said young people were more hesitant to be vaccinated and to be tested if they were ill. ..
“For some people, they don’t trust the illness to exist until they experience it or witness it. They don’t want to know if they have Covid-19.” 60 Said Sy, aged.
Even science teacher Ndiae had doubts at first.
Like a colleague at Abbassol Secondary School in Liberty VI near Dakar, 67-year-old Ndiae didn’t really want to be vaccinated. He had heard savage rumors and conspiracy theories and didn’t know what to believe.
But that morning, when the vaccination team came to his school, the director gathered teachers and asked for volunteers to give an example. Ndiaye said he raised his hand first.
Now, seeing for myself that rumors are nothing more, rumors, he’s like a vaccine evangelist, giving himself and their family to his fellow teachers, students, and neighbors. We encourage you to get vaccinated to protect yourself.
“I haven’t personally met anyone who got Covid-19, but I know it exists and is a deadly illness,” he said. “I tell people that all vaccines have side effects and none are 100 percent perfect.”