Good day lovely reader. Welcome back. This is not meant to speak against or advertise anything of the sort but to update you. Since the popping up of the Novel Coronavirus in December of 2019, a lot of measures have been put in place in order to limit its spread, reduce the number of infections and also help to save lives.
The United Kingdom Government has issued a statement on news making rounds that, Covid-19 Vaccines used in Ghana are not approved by the UK Government. Over the past few days, they are media reports to the effect that, the AstraZeneca vaccines administered in Ghana are not approved by the UK Government and therefore not safe.
It appears many Ghanaians want to see the back of health Minister, Kwaku Agyemang Manu as calls for his resignation intensifies. Following the report by the Parliamentary Committee that investigated the purchase of Sputnik Vaccine from Russia, the health Minister has been accused of not performing his role better.
The AstraZeneca vaccine arrived in the country on the 26th of the month April as part of the President's measures to fight the COVID-19 virus.Many people rose against the Vaccines when it arrived in the country.Many noted that the vaccine is manufactured mainly to wipe off the entire generation of Africa.
The Covid-19 Vaccines have finally landed in Ghana and so many people in the country are wondering how these 600,000 AstraZeneca Covid-19 Vaccines will be administered or will be given to the citizens in Ghana.
The President of the Republic of Ghana has delivered his address to the nation once again. As usual, he has began his speech with his usual term "fellow Ghanaians", and has congratulated the country for putting him back into power. We would post the full summarized speech of the president here soon, but it is noteworthy that the President laments on the fact that Ghanaians are no longer observing the COVID 19 protocols.
The first batch of the COVID-19 Vaccines was received by the country is the 27th February,2021 as it was noticed by the president of the Republic on his 23rd address to the Nation.
President Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo Addo, gave his last speech for the month of February, on the last day of the month, which was the 28th of February.
3 Persons are in the grips of the Police for alledgedly stealing and selling Covid-19 Vaccines in the Greater Accra Region.
The Covid-19 Vaccines have finally landed in Ghana and most people are looking forward to be vaccinated so as to save themselves and their families from been infected with it.
Musician-turned-political activist, Kwame A Plus born Kwame Asare Obeng isn’t happy about a supposed ceremony to welcome the 600,000 COVID-19 Vaccines Ghana have received from India a few hours ago and he has as usual descended heavily on the leaders of our country Ghana.
Almost a year after the Global pandemic of COVID-19 broke out and was detected in Humans, Vaccines for the Virus meant to protect humans from the disease is being developed. Companies such as, Pfizer and Moderna are the fist to have their Vaccines approved by the Food and Drugs Administration, but more Vaccines are being developed. Scientists and researchers are working to find efficient and safe Vaccines that could be given to the public. As usual of newly developed Vaccines, there are some rumors and myths