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"They Said My Name Wasn't in The Computer"- Beatrice Nortey

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The Covid-19 vaccination phase two which was set to begin has begun. Unfortunately, there are some technical hitches at the Lekma Hospital in Accra.


Some of the people who came to the hospital to be vaccinated were delayed or turned away because, their names were not on tablets of the officials.


The officials however said it was a directive given to them by the authorities in charge of the vaccination exercise not to vaccinate persons whose names are not in the database.


Beatrice Nortey, a resident of Teshie narrated her ordeal to a TV3 news reporter. She said, she came on the 19th but was not attended to, so she came back today. According to her, she was delayed because her name wasn't in the official's database, but was attended to later on and a form filled for her.

The health personnel who refused to speak to the TV3 reporter said, the directives not to give the jab to persons whose names are not in the tablets, is very worrying. They said even though they have the data of all the people they captured during the first exercise, they have been told not to follow that data.


According to them, the data given for the exercise is incomplete as it did not capture the nationwide figure of all persons who have been vaccinated during the first phase of the vaccination, as a result, many of the people have been turned away.


The health officials however said, such persons have their names in the hard copy data.


The question however is, what will happen to those who have been turned away?


Does that mean they wouldn't be vaccinated?


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