Ghana to get 300,000 more vaccines – Akufo-Addo


President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has unveiled that the nation hopes to take the conveyance of 300,000 COVID-19 antibodies one week from now as a component of a mission to inoculate 20 million people before the finish of the year.The President uncovered this in his Easter Message to Ghanaians today.

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As indicated by him, 600,000 Ghanaians have effectively been inoculated under Ghana's antibody crusade.

"We started an immunization crusade for certain 600,000 people inoculated. We anticipate that over the span of the coming week, an extra 300,000 immunizations which we have bought will have shown up in the country for arrangement.

"Our objective is to immunize 20 million people before the year's over. All in all, the entire grown-up populace of Ghana".

Taking note of that the nation's number of dynamic cases was on the decrease, President Akufo-Addo asked Ghanaians to bear a "peaceful Easter" to keep up the descending pattern.

"While the immunization crusade is going on, the quantity of dynamic cases which remained at more than 7,000 half a month prior is on a consistent decay, right now at approximately 1,746.

President Akufo-Addo added that his organization has set up a progression of measures to guarantee that the economy bounce back to the quick rate at which it was developing before the pandemic a year ago.

He engaged Ghanaians to stick to the street Road Traffic Laws and Regulations, with the goal that no street mishaps would be recorded during the Easter festivals.

The President wished all Ghanaians an upbeat Easter with trust that "the blood spilled on the cross will recuperate our property and scrub us of our injustices. Similarly as Christ is risen, Ghana will likewise rise".