Making Covid-19 Vaccination Compulsory Possible But Premature - Health Minister
Kwaku Agyeman-Manu

The Wellbeing Clergyman assign, Kwaku Agyeman-Manu, has recommended making the Covid immunization hit obligatory for all Ghanaians. However, he stated that such discussions were premature in the short term.

"On the off chance that it becomes vital, that might be a way government will go. In an interview with Citi News, Mr Agyeman-Manu stated, "But for the moment, it is a bit premature for us to predict that situation, but we will anticipate that."

He instead asked all Ghanaians to eagerly benefit themselves from the inoculation rollout, which began on Walk 2.

However, Professor Mike Oquaye, the former Speaker of Parliament, denied that a law would be enacted to require Ghanaians to get the vaccination.

Additionally, he asserted that public education and sensibilization would convince many people to accept the attacks.

"It's preferable to act tactically. When you cause individuals to comprehend what they are doing, love what they are doing, to do independently, that will be better."

"One can portray certain powers as holding powers of the state. They are quiet. "You don't just start putting them into practice," Prof. Oquaye stated.

In the face of the possibility of false information and conspiracy theories, some Ghanaians have expressed concerns regarding the vaccines' safety.
To allay citizens' fears, President Akufo-Addo and his wife received vaccinations in a ceremony broadcast live on television.

The President urged people to get vaccinated and not to believe that people are scepticism the implementation. As part of the COVAX distribution program, Ghana received 600,000 doses of the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine on Monday.

Forty-three districts with high infection rates will receive the vaccination. There are two in the Central Region, 25 in the Greater Accra Region, and 16 in the Ashanti Region.

As Ghana enters the second day of mass immunization, it has 5,444 dynamic infection cases with 607 passings. There have been 84,023 confirmed cases of the virus in Ghana.

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