Mnangagwa’s Wife Jabbed
20 March 2021
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By A Correspondent| President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s wife Auxillia yesterday received her Covid-19 jab and urged other women and girls to follow suit as she continues to lead from the front in finding solutions to the coronavirus.

Speaking after receiving her jab, Auxillia said she was happy that this had taken place in the month of March which was dear to her.

“The month of March is very important to me, particularly because I was born in March and today I have been given my vaccination in the month of March. March also has been recognised as an international month for women. I am saying to the nation, women and girls, get vaccinated,” she said.

“This allows us to be free to go to church, to go to our community clubs, to go to work and also our children will be free to go to school. So I am encouraging all women and girls to make sure that they come for vaccination. This is an opportunity to protect ourselves as a nation against the pandemic. I have been vaccinated and I feel nothing and it’s not even painful.”

She urged women to continue observing Covid-19 protocols of masking up, washing hands with soap and running water and observing social distancing.

“Let’s not hug each other. Let’s not congregate at funerals and observe the stipulated numbers at church services. I am saying to women and girls, please come forward and be vaccinated. I am a woman like you and I have been vaccinated,” she said.