The Cape Verdean health minister arrived at the measles of rubbish and rubella in Cape Verde by 94.6%.
Speaking to correspondents, Arlindo do Rosário was very proud of the results of the vaccination campaign, which was recently held in the archipelago.
"We received a vaccination rate of 94.6% at a national level," he says, stating that, however, the numbers are not the same in each county. For example, the Praia city, who had more difficulties initially, ended the campaign with a rate of 97.3%.
"We have consolidated what we have already received in relation to measles content on a regular basis, more than 95%," said the minister, expressing his commitment to Cape Verde's rape certification.
"It will, in fact, be a great victory and the success of Cape Verde's health," he stressed.
It should be remembered that the national immunization vaccine and rubbish campaign, developed by the Ministry of Health and Social Security, through the Expanding Immunization Program (PAV), with the help of the National Institute of Public Health (INSP), Established World Health Organization (WHO) and the UN Children's Fund (Unicef) from 7 to 13 November.
Vaccination focused on all children between nine months and four years, 11 months and 29 days. The aim was to eliminate measles in Cape Verde and in the African region, as well as prevent the transmission of the indigenous rubella virus.