Officials started counting the results in Zambia after polling stations closed on Thursday as voters waited in long lines to cast their ballots.
The Electoral Commission of Zambia said that over 83% of the country”s eligible voters, amounting to more than 7 million peopleThose who would get AstraZeneca vaccines from Monday include medical workers and people in long-term care facilities, registered to vote in the elections at more than 12,000 polling stations.
A high turnout was reported in the capital Lusaka and other regions of the southern African nationPakistan, despite a tense atmosphereMeanwhile.
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