Ghana Medical Association calls on government to step up Covid vaccines procurement efforts

The Ghana Medical Association has called on the government to double up its efforts to procure more vaccines to ensure our safety as a country amid the new variant of covid-19 that has been detected especially in the Southern part of Africa. Since its detection, measures to stop it from

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Ghana Health Service declares December as vaccination month

In a bid to step up the fight against Covid-19 and with the world is grappling with a new variant known as the omicron, December has been declared vaccination month by the Ghana Health Service. While briefing the press today November 28th 2021, Dr. Patrick Kumah Aboagye, Director-General of the

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You have no right to complain about vaccinations being slow – Health Minister fires back at critics

​​A call to probe Ghana’s Covid-19 expenditure has been welcomed by the Minister of Health Mr Kwaku Agyeman-Manu. Ranking Member of the Health Committee in Parliament and also legislator for the Juaboso constituency Kwabena Mintah Akandoh made this call as Parliament was debating on the 2022 budget statement on Wednesday,

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You failed – Akandoh shoots down the government over its covid-19 vaccination efforts

Health Minister Dr Kwaku Agyeman-Manu appears optimistic about Ghana’s inoculation exercise against covid-19 so far, as he indicates that the process is still on course. In his response to the Minority Caucus in Parliament with regards to the number of people who have been inoculated so far during a debate

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15-year-olds now permitted to take Pfizer vaccines

Fifteen-year-olds have now been included in the administration of the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine according to the Ghana Health Service revised protocols. Initially, it was only those from 18 years and above who had to be inoculated with the vaccine per the Food and Drugs Authority rules but the situation has

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Hungary donates 800,000 doses of AstraZeneca vaccine to Ghana

Ghana has received 800,000 doses of AstraZeneca vaccines worth 1.4 million Euros from the Hungarian government. Mr. Tamás Endre Fehér, the Ambassador of Hungary to Ghana, told the Ghana News Agency in Accra on Wednesday that the grant was the largest Hungary had ever made to an international partner. “Ghana

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