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Birim North chiefs take coronavirus jabs

The Birim North Association of Chiefs headed by Obrempong Kwesi Amoh Kyeretwie, the Chief of Abirem and acting Gyaasehene for the Kotoko Traditional Area has gotten the main portion of AstraZeneca Vaccine.

The move by the customary rulers to take the COVID-19 antibody poke is required to empower their subjects that the antibody is safe.The inoculation, which was completed by wellbeing laborers from the Abirem Government Hospital covered around 24 individuals from the affiliation whose activities were viewed as a support for others to take part in the public vaccination work out.

Talking in a meeting with the Ghana News Agency at Abirem, Obrempong Kyeretwie, said the gathering was quick to have taken the antibody since it was reached out to the Birim North District of the Eastern Region.

He said he would keep on instructing general society on the need to take the immunization to guarantee that an enormous number of occupants approached it.

Regardless of the immunization, he said individuals should in any case cling to the COVID-19 conventions like successive washing of hands, social removing, and wearing nose and face veils.

In the mean time, Mr. John Osei Frimpong, Member of Parliament for Abirem Constituency, who was on a "Thank You Tour" visited the relationship to communicate his appreciation for casting a ballot him for the subsequent time.

He vowed to help the improvement of the Birim North District by assisting with advancing farming around there.

He promised to guarantee expedient work done on the Nkawkaw-Abirem street to advance compelling development of products and enterprises.

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Abirem Birim North Association of Chiefs Ghana News Agency John Osei Frimpong Obrempong


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