Hassan Ayariga, the All People's Congress (APC) presidential candidate who earned the nickname Ayaricof during the 2012 presidential debate, has slammed Ghana's president, claiming that the vaccine delivered to Ghana was supposed to heal malaria, not coronavirus. The flag bearer is skeptical that the whites will provide the genuine vaccination to the rest of the world, despite the fact that they are the ones who are most impacted by the disease.
The Ministry of Health broke silence over the reported purchase of overpriced Sputnik V vaccine made in Russia. The ministry's intervenes with a short statement on Facebook following a public outcry over the reports. 3news and Ghanweb and other online portals have published the claims under the heading: Ghana allegedly buys overpriced Sputnik V vaccines through Middlemen, the ministry said.
"Ghanaians Should get prepared for the second doses of the Covid-19 Vaccine" - Dr. Nsiah Asare hints
Dr Nsiah Asare is one of the prominent doctors in Ghana who works with the president of Ghana. This evening, Dr. Nsiah Asare send forth words to Ghanaians about the pending second round of the Covid-19 Vaccine which is underway. Speaking on Angel TV, Dr Nsiah Asare urge that Ghanaians will be involved in this exercise in other to eradicate the virus completly or to minimize its effectiveness.
India is being overwhelmed by a record-breaking wave of COVID-19 cases, with deaths keeping some crematoriums running 24 hours a day and hospitals running out of oxygen.Oxygen supplies remain critically low across the country, with the black market the only option for some people.The virus is spreading faster than ever before in India despite previous high infection rates in megacities, which should have conferred some protection.
Kindly follow me to get access to all my newly published articles.With that been said, let’s get right into this article.The spread of the second phase of the Covid19 pandemic has undoubtedly caused more harm than good as recent reports have proven that, certain countries like Asia and South America are currently battling the Covid19 disease respectively.
Coronavirus has harmed many more people than it has helped.We are fortunate in Africa that the deadly virus's full effect has not been felt, although we have learnt that thousands of people die every day in certain developing countries.According to Kwaku Baako, African countries, especially Ghana, are using the Coronavirus to hide the fact that they are experiencing difficult times.
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The former Deputy Minister for Health has revealed that the country has recorded over million tests in the fight against COVID-19 across the country. He mentioned the actual number of tests is 1.21 million. This was carried out since the outbreak of the disease in the country a year ago, he added.
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The one question people keep on asking about the COVID cases rise in India is why it is happening particularly to this country.India is being crushed by a new surge of infections that is shattering global records.Why?The outbreak is as a result of the government allowing massive crowds to gather for Hindu religious festivals and political rallies before state elections.
Hospitals in India have reported a rise in "black fungus" found in COVID-19 patients - as doctors warned people against using cow dung in the belief it will ward off the virus.The disease can lead to blackening or discolouration over the nose, blurred or double vision, chest pain, breathing difficulties and coughing blood.
The Ghana Health Service’s(GHS) exercise to roll out the second phase of the AsrtZeneca vaccines in the fight against COVID-19 on Wednesday, May 19, 2021, was fraught with delays at the various vaccination centres across the country At the Legon clinic and Adabraka Poly Clinics vaccination centres participants were left stranded without any proper explanation to them.
Good news hitting Ghanaians this morning is from the Ministry Of health, Ghana as they announced that, the government of Ghana has received 350,000 vaccines.The 350,000 doses of the AstraZeneca vaccines which is under the Covax facility were received this morning from DR Congo through Istanbul on a Turkish Airline according the the ministry of health, Ghana.
The disease Corona alternatively also known as COVID -19 originated in China at the end of 2019 is completely a pandemic disease.It shows various symptoms like; high fever,coughing, sniffing particularly adversity in respiratory system creates damages in the lung of the patient severely and eventually the patient dies.
Cases of COVID-19 are spiking internationally, for certain nations seeing record quantities of day by day cases and passings as new variations circle generally and immunization deficiencies forbid far and wide access.Around the world, recently revealed cases are at their most elevated levels since the start of the pandemic.
It is said that, a pen is mightier than a sword.This means that knowledge in itself is greater in transforming a society than weapons.Information over the years is now everywhere, on Tv, on our phones and etc.But the issue is which of the information is true.
For the 12th consecutive day, India reported more than 300,000 new coronavirus cases, bringing the country's total caseload to just shy of 20 million, as scientists predicted a spike in infections in the coming days.According to health ministry data, India's total infections increased by 368,147 in the last 24 hours to 19.93 million, while total fatalities increased by 3,417 to 218,959.
Kindly hit the FOLLOW button to receive all newly published articles, like and share with family and friends.Do not forget to leave a comment below after reading the article.Ghana recorded cases of the Coronavirus pandemic in the first quarter of 2020.The virus has since then claimed the lives of both the young and the old, rich and poor etc.
According to research released late last year by the government's Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (SAGE), it was established that a well ventilated room can clear up to 70 per cent of virus particles in the air so the need for people to either open windows regularly for 15 minutes at a time or leave it all times.
The Presidential Advisor on Health has warned that it is not advisable to mix the vaccines for the fight against the spread of the deadly Coronavirus disease.According to Dr Nsiah-Asare, the vaccine namely AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine And the Russian Sputnik V vaccine cannot be mixed during vaccination.