‘Bring your COVID vaccination cards for inspection’ – GHS, GES to students

‘Bring your COVID vaccination cards for inspection’ – GHS, GES to students

GHS and GES are collaborating to vaccinate students in schools against COVID-19 The Ghana Health Service (GHS) will soon resume the vaccination of students against COVID-19 in senior high schools across the country. “Vaccination teams have been dispatched to the

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Sammy Gyamfi, 3 others sue AG, GHS over compulsory COVID-19 vaccination

Sammy Gyamfi, 3 others sue AG, GHS over compulsory COVID-19 vaccination

The National Communications Officer of the National Democratic Congress, NDC, Sammy Gyamfi, and three other persons, have sued the Attorney General and the Ghana Health Service (GHS) over the government’s mandatory covid-19 vaccination policy. As part of efforts to get

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12,780 expired coronavirus vaccines destroyed in Volta Region

12,780 expired coronavirus vaccines destroyed in Volta Region

A total of 12,780 doses of various COVID-19 vaccines which were found to have expired in November have been destroyed by the Volta Regional Directorate of Health. Deputy Director of Health (DDH) in charge of public health, Dr Senanu Kwesi Djokoto disclosed

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GHS names categories of persons to be covered by mandatory vaccination in January 2022

GHS names categories of persons to be covered by mandatory vaccination in January 2022

Director-General of the Ghana Health Service (GHS), Dr Patrick Kuma Aboagye has disclosed the categories of persons likely to be affected by government’s policy on mandatory vaccination in January next year. At a press briefing on Thursday, Dr. Aboagye said

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MTN to make Covid vaccines mandatory for staff

MTN to make Covid vaccines mandatory for staff

Africa’s largest mobile phone company MTN has announced mandatory Covid-19 vaccines for its staff from January but it will give exemptions on “certain clearly defined grounds”. “For those staff who are not exempt from vaccinations either through risk assessment or

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Ghana records 27 new Coronavirus cases

Ghana records 27 new Coronavirus cases

Ghana has recorded 27 new cases of COVID-19, the Ghana Health Service (GHS), has said. The country’s active cases are now 692, this, according to the Service has brought the country’s total confirmed cases to 131,246 as of December 1, 2021.

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Covid: Vaccines should work against Omicron variant – WHO

Covid: Vaccines should work against Omicron variant – WHO

Lab tests in South Africa suggest Omicron could evade the Pfizer jab Existing vaccines should still protect people who contract the Omicron variant from severe Covid cases, a World Health Organization (WHO) official says. It comes as the first lab

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Park your car if you don’t want to be vaccinated – Nsia Asare to drivers

Park your car if you don’t want to be vaccinated – Nsia Asare to drivers

Presidential Advisor on Health, Dr Anthony Nsia Asare, has justified the mandatory vaccination exercise introduced by the Ministry of Health and the Ghana Heath Service. He said the government is determined to the lives of Ghanaian against the dreaded coronavirus

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Krobo residents reject COVID vaccine over fears it will make them vote NPP

Krobo residents reject COVID vaccine over fears it will make them vote NPP

The Upper Manya Krobo District Health Directorate has decried low turnout for Covid-19 vaccination in the district due to some misconceptions festering among the people. The Health directorate estimated to vaccinate about fifty thousand, one hundred and four (50,104) people

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Covid-19: Sanctions for unvaccinated drivers a wrong approach – GPRTU

Covid-19: Sanctions for unvaccinated drivers a wrong approach – GPRTU

Head of Communications of Ghana Private Roads and Transport Union (GPRTU), has bemoaned the approach adopted by the Ghana Health Service (GHS) for unvaccinated drivers in the country. Abass Imoro, in an interview on PM Express, the GHS directive to

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