RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The pace of vaccination against covid-19 picked up momentum Monday at health centers in Port-au-Prince, after few people turned out to be injected with the compound last weekend, when immunization began in the country.
The Saint Damien Hospital, in the Tabarre district, was much busier on Monday than last Saturday, when a pilot vaccination day was held, which in this first stage is dedicated to health workers and elderly or vulnerable people.
Sammy Janvier, diabetic, explained to Efe after receiving the prick that "it was very fast, although it stung a little".
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