People in Tanzania are being actively encouraged to get Covid-19 vaccinations in a dramatic change of policy for one of Africa's most populous countries.
A vaccination drive is now under way after the country's new president rejected her predecessor's Covid scepticism.
President Samia Suluhu Hassan has been pictured receiving her vaccination.
The man she replaced, John Magufuli, played down the virus, calling for prayer instead of vaccines and masks.
After he died in March of heart complications, Ms Samia set up a task force on coronavirus.
Officially, the country of 58 million people has recorded 29 deaths with coronavirus and 858 cases but there are fears the true numbers are far greater.