The Executive Chairman Yobe State Pilgrims Commission Alhaji Bukar Kime has urged Hajj 2021 Intending Pilgrims who have taken the first dose of Corona virus vaccine to take the 2nd dose of the vaccine.
He reminded the intending Pilgrims of the inherent danger in refusing to take the 2nd dose of the vaccine warning that such refusal may affect their chances of travelling to other countries
Alhaji Kime stated this when officials of Yobe State Primary Health Care Management Board paid him an advocacy visit in his Office in Damaturu.
Alh Kime also urges those who might have taken the 1st and 2nd dose of the vaccine to keep their vaccination cards in a safe place for maximum usage in subsequent years to come or when they desire to travel for Umrah or other trips outside the shores of the Country.
Meanwhile, Intending Pilgrims for the cancelled 2021 Hajj exercise from Yobe State have been enjoined to as a matter of urgency indicate their willingness in either collecting their Hajj deposits for the cancelled Hajj or enrolling their monies to the 2022 Hajj exercise. Alhaji Kime assured all Pilgrims of the State that, their hard earned monies are safe and promised to follow the 1st come 1st serve basis in distributing the propose 2022 Hajj seats to be allocated to the State.
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