The coronavirus pandemic has been causing headaches for leaders across the globe as they seek ways on how best they can mitigate it's spreading. Some companies have began rotating their staff for work in efforts to ensure that there is always space and fresh air to breath. Vaccinations are being dished out by the authorities as they seek to find a lasting solution to the problems at hand.
According to a report by the SAfm News on the 21st of August 2021, the Lesotho government is investigating the deaths of five people who allegedly died after being vaccinated. A team of local health experts supported by the World Health Organisation are looking into the deaths that were reported in the district of Leribe.
Besides the investigation being carried out, the families have been left without their breadwinners and nothing can be done to resurrect them. Some users on social media are of the belief that many people who died from these unproven vaccines at a time when they are reported to have died of the Coronavirus.
African governments have a tendency of hiding essential information. They only disclose when they notice that things are going out of hand. At the moment in South Africa, no report of deaths are being reported of those who took the vaccine. Many have hailed the leadership in Maseru for coming out in public of residents who died after taking the vaccine. Other governments should follow suit and show the pros and cons of being vaccinated.
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