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President Akufo-Addo Will Receive The First Dose Of The COVID-19 Vaccine

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo will receive the first dose of the distribution of COVID-19 vaccines which arrived in Ghana on Wednesday, 24th of February, 2021.

“President Akufo-Addo will be the foremost to be vaccinated,” Dr. Anthony Nsiah-Asare, Presidential Advisor on Health, acknowledged.

According to Dr. Nsiah-Asare, the reposition to grasp the head have an effect the initial punch of the vaccines “is to give surety Ghanaians that the vaccines are protected and any other reactions like headache, dizziness, or pains are every normal with every vaccination”.

With Ghana recording, additional than 80,000 belongings and over 580 deaths on story of the virus, the Presidential Advisor on Health noted that it would be in the relevance of the country, for Ghanaians to purpose themselves to be vaccinated when that time comes.

“We persuade all to gain him or herself of the break to be vaccinated. It is safe, and we be looking for other Ghanaians abroad to furthermore put out their videos to further others in Ghana”.

Ghana received its first batch of COVID-19 vaccines through a UN-backed global vaccine-sharing scheme, COVAX, as fragment of hard work to allow impartial door to the jabs by low and middle-income countries.

The consignment, which at home at the Kotoka International Airport, consisted of 600,000 doses of the AstraZeneca/Oxford vaccines, which are likely to be administered first to the frontline health workers, and high-risk people and public over 60 years, to slow the progression of the disease.


The vaccines were catalyzed by the Serum Institute of India.

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