The National Primary Health Care Development Agency (NPHCDA) has revealed that 215,277 doses of COVID-19 vaccine have so far been administered in the country.
In its situation update on Tuesday, NPHCDA said the first doses of the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine has been administered in 29 states and the Federal Capital Territory.
Nigeria began vaccinating her citizens against COVID-19 on March 5 after receiving 3.9 million doses courtesy of COVAX, the global alliance against COVID-19.
However, the country has managed to administer an average of 12,000 doses daily.
NPHCDA said Lagos leads with the highest number of doses administered with 58,461, followed by Bauchi (23,827) and Jigawa (20,800).
However, seven states are yet to administer a single dose, contrary to the four the agency had earlier announced.
The situation update listed the states that are yet to start vaccination as Abia, Kebbi, Kogi, Niger, Oyo, Taraba and Zamfara.
The agency also said that Nigeria has been able to vaccinate 5.5 percent of the target population against the disease.
At the state level, Jigawa, Bauchi and Kwara has vaccinated the highest proportion of those being targeted.
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