Taking both Johnson and Johnson and Astrazeneca jabs can be very dangerous; Beware - GHS warns

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The Ghana Health Service (GHS) has advised the entire Ghanaian populace to take note of negative effects that one exposes himself after taking the previous jabs and again deciding to go in for the Johnson and John son's that has been rolled out.

The Service says it is not advisable for such a decision to be taken left alone, going in to take a third jab. Thus, the new J and J doze that arrived in the country in less than 2 weeks ago.

This was expressed by Dr. Patrick Kumah Aboagye, Director General of the GHS today.

According to him, those who have been inoculated with the AstraZeneca vaccine have taken the necessary action and their bodies are building antibodies to be able to fight the Coronavirus should it try getting into their systems and therefore, there is no need to go in for another dose. 

He said going in for the Johnson and Johnson vaccine is a dicey decision that whoever embarks on such a decision is putting his/her life in danger.

Dr. Aboagye was of the view that his outfit is not privy to what exactly and to what extent the damage of going in for the J and J as a top up can cause because not enough research had been conducted by authorities in this regard.

However, it is unnecessary to go in for another jab because the effect is bound to be dangerous on one's health.

The Johnson and John son's jab arrived in the country less than 2 weeks ago and the GHS has been started inoculating the 

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