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No Vaccination No Entry Into Parliament - Speaker Of Parliament

The Rt. Hon. Alban Bagbin the speaker of parliament has given "no vaccination, no entry" directives in parliament to curb the spread of the Coronavirus.

He indicated that persons without proof of vaccination against the deadly Coronavirus, will not be allowed to enter any parliamentary premises.

He noted that vaccination is compulsory for all persons in parliament.

“Medical experts have strongly recommended that even after taking two shots of the vaccine, one will require a booster shot to provide an extra layer of protection against the virus. I want at this stage to state that this booster vaccination is compulsory for everyone working within the precincts of Parliament. Henceforth, members, staff, and ancillary staff will be required to show proof of vaccination before being allowed into any office within the precincts of Parliament” - the speaker of parliament.

Meanwhile, some people in Ghana, including the NDC Communications director, Sammy Gyamfi, and the Rastafarians Community have kicked against the mandatory vaccination which they said is against human rights.

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