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The Luke Commission Excels In Vaccination Drive.

Eswatini Daily News
By: Nomzamo Jiyane
13 January 2022

Community Leaders and The Luke Commission, also known as the Miracle Campus, celebrated the milestone of reaching over 50 percent Covid-19 vaccination rate in their communities.

To promote the uptake of the vaccine, The Luke Commission offers all Tinkhundla (sub regions)  achieving 50 percent vaccination rate a gift of 25 chairs for their community. Additional gifts of chairs were given to Tinkhundla achieving 80 to 100 percent vaccination rate. These leaders celebrated vaccine uptake in their communities.

Rodger Mamba TLC’S Director of Communications said, “when it comes to vaccination, there is no time to waste, the time of excuses is over. Across Eswatini, people have come in their numbers to vaccinate. With the arrival of the forth wave of Covid-19, it’s never been more important to vaccinate”. He urged the nation to continue visiting the link for official vaccination schedules.

When deploying to rural and isolated communities for Covid-19 vaccination, the TLC team also bring gifts of eyeglasses, wheelchairs, canned and dried vegetables. Everyone wins by vaccinating against COVID-19. In addition to protecting the nation, their families and themselves, the people also win daily drawings for grocery vouchers after vaccinating. All fully vaccinated people receive a digital health certificate authenticating their vaccination status.

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