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Covid -19 Vaccine: No Side Effect Recorded So Far In Ghana - Presidential Advisor.

Dr. Anthony Nsiah-Asare, the Advisor to the President on Health, says Ghana has a solid checking framework for unfriendly impacts of the Covid immunization. 

These incorporate subsequent conventions and a criticism structure, Dr. Nsiah-Asare noted on the Citi Breakfast Show. 


His remarks were corresponding to late advancements with the Oxford-AstraZeneca immunization, which Ghana is utilizing in its antibody rollout. 


Denmark, Iceland, and Norway have suspended the utilization of the Oxford-AstraZeneca COVID-19 immunization as the European Union's drugs controller examines whether it is connected to various reports of blood clusters. 


Dr. Nsiah-Asare, nonetheless, says Ghana is "not seeing any genuine antagonistic impacts of the immunization that we are doing". 


For people with unfriendly impacts, he exhorted that "you either go on the site [provided by the Food and Drugs Authority] in the event that you have any responses, or you report to where you took the infusion". 


He likewise noticed that a few drug stores had structures from the FDA to record unfriendly impacts. 


Dr. Nsiah-Asare added that the FDA has "a board that takes a gander at the causality and the potential causes; on the off chance that it is identified with the antibodies and a wide range of things." 


He further asked quiet over the reports of blood clumps from Europe. 


"What's going on in a portion of the European nations has not been associated straightforwardly to the inoculation… Normally, in the event that it isn't straightforwardly associated, you don't stop it. You simply proceed." 


The Head of the Global Research Center at the Kumasi Center for Collaborative Research in Tropical Medicine, Dr. John Amoasi, likewise said there was no reason to worry in Ghana. 


"Using any and all means, we should proceed with the inoculation in our country however what we need to do is to proceed with what we have been doing; to screen."

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