I Will Receive The First Shot Of COVID-19 Vaccine To Prove That It Is Safe - Kojo Oppong Nkrumah
By DannyBoi288 | self meida writer
Published 13 days ago - 389 views
Today the ministry of health in collaboration with the ministry of information and other foreign partners held a press conference. It was to update the country on COVID-19 vaccine deployment into the country.
There have been a lot of misconceptions about the COVID-19 vaccine. Some are of the believe that the vaccine is a poison that the whites wants to use to wipe off the blacks from the earth. Those who are of spiritual background too think that this vaccine is a form of Antichrist.Some even think the vaccine is the virus itself.
At the event the speakers assured Ghanaians that the vaccine is safe and also before it will be given to Ghanaians the food and drugs board will have to test it to see its efficacy and safety.
The minister of information stated that some executive members are willing to take the first shot of the vaccine to prove that it is safe. He said he in particular will definitely receive the first shot of the vaccine live on Television.
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