Prime Minister Dr Timothy Harris attended the virtual Meeting hosted by the Accelerator Facilitation Council (ACT). Prime Minister of St Kitts and Nevis has provided the information about his Meeting and stated that he had participated in the 9th Meeting of the ACT by virtual means on Sunday, February 27, 2022.
While informing about the Meeting, PM Harris wrote on his Facebook Post and said, “Participating by virtual means in the ACT-Accelerator Facilitation Council‘s 9th Meeting”.
He further informed about the main objective of the Meeting and exclaimed that the object of the Accelerate Facilitation Council Meeting (ACT) was to identify the barriers and strategies for uplifting the situation after the COVID-19 pandemic and also increased uptake and use of tools against COVID-19 at the national level.
The people who have joined the Meeting also discussed the strategies to uplift the vaccination drive in the country and also improve the strategy of the COVId-19 Task Force so that the transmission of the viral infection could be combated.
Prime Minister Timothy Harris further reiterated,”The ACT-Accelerator Facilitation Council Meeting is geared towards bringing multilateral stakeholders together in an effort to identify barriers and strategies for increasing uptake and use of the tools against the viral infection caused by the novel coronavirus at the country level”.
He also emphasized that the Meeting has also been used to guide the COVAX Task Force on strategies to expand Covid-19 vaccine production.
A total of 26,340 people have been fully vaccinated with the vaccine against the viral infection caused by the novel coronavirus in St Kitts and Nevis. The vaccination report of the health ministry of the twin-island Federation stated that a total of 57,546 people had been administered two doses of the vaccine against the SARS-CoV-2 infection on Monday, February 28, 2022.
Out of the total cases, a total of 43,725 people have received the vaccine doses in St Kitts; on the other hand, 13,821 people have been administered the vaccine against the COVID-19 pandemic in Nevis.