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We can end Covid-19 pandemic this year if we do these things - Oko Boye writes

It's exactly one week since Ghana started vaccinating against the Coronavirus pandemic. So far, over 200,000 persons have had the first doze of the vaccine.

Former Deputy Minister of Health, Dr. Oko Boye has something to share on how Ghana could end the pandemic.

"Today, the 9th of March,2021, is exactly one week since the Ghana government started vaccinating its citizens against the COVID-19 disease. As a physician that consults at the Lekma Hospital, I joined the queue on the first day of the national exercise of deploying the vaccines. I belong to the first group of citizens eligible to take the vaccine due to my health worker status. Other genres of citizens like the elderly ( 60+ years) and those with underlying conditions joined the queue on the first day. After a week of vaccination, about 210,000 Ghanaians have embraced the opportunity to get vaccinated.

Unfortunately, there are still those who keep asking the question- should I wait for some time to see what happens to those going for the vaccines or just go for the vaccine now?" And this was written by Dr. Bernard Oko Boye, the Former Deputy Minister of Health

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