17 September 2021

Antananarivo police officers are vaccinated against COVID-19 and want to testify

Testimonials from: Raharison Venance Ralaimora Tahiry Arivelo Randriantsizafy Faralahy Razakatsioharana Baovola, Interview with Police Inspector Raharison Venance, better known by his pseudonym Ratsikitsiky (the smiling man), Vaccination de Ratsikitsiky UNICEF: Can you please introduce yourself? Raharison Venance: I'm Inspector Raharison Venance, but people call me Ratsikitsiky. I am a traffic police officer; my job is to regulate traffic in the streets of the capital. UNICEF: May we know the reasons that encouraged you to get vaccinated? Raharison Venance: I…, Interview with Mr. Ralaimora Tahiry Arivelo, active member of the Police Intervention Forces in Antanimora, Tahiry élément des Forces d'intervention UNICEF: Are you Mr. Ralaimora Tahiry Arivelo, an active member of the Police Intervention Forces in Antanimora? Ralaimora Tahiry Arivelo: Yes, it's me. UNICEF: May we know the reasons that encouraged you to get vaccinated? Ralaimora Tahiry Arivelo: Yes. I decided to get vaccinated, firstly to protect myself…, Interview with Mr. Randriantsizafy Faralahy, nurse at the National Police dispensary in Antanimora, Faralahy, Infirmier au dispensaire de la Police Nationale UNICEF: Mr. Randriantsizafy Faralahy, nurse at the National Police dispensary in Antanimora. May we know the reasons that encouraged you to get vaccinated? Randriantsizafy Faralahy: I made up my mind to get vaccinated to fight this invisible enemy. The body needs protection before it goes…, Interview with Razakatsioharana Baovola, student Superintendents of Police at the ENSP Police Academy in Ivato, Baovola, élève commissaire reçoit son vaccin UNICEF: Mrs. Razakatsioharana Baovola, student Superintendents of Police at the ENSP Police Academy in Ivato. First question, may we know the reasons that encouraged you to get vaccinated? Razakatsioharana Baovola: My reason for getting vaccinated is simple; I felt that my state of health needed this…