Dr. Patrick Kuma Urges Ghanaians To Get Vaccinated When The Time Is Due
Director-General of the Ghana Health Service Dr. Patrick Kuma-Aboagye has indicated that, 556 Covid-19 cases have been recorded in schools since the re-opening on 15th January 2021.
Speaking at a public engagement on COVID-19 vaccination roll-out plan in Ghana, on Friday, February 19, he said “so far, since schools reopened, we have recorded 556 cases from 139 schools.
Read Also: WAEC Withholds 401 Private WASSCE Results
“So far, there are about two regions that have not reported any case in their schools that is, North East and Savanna. There have not been any reported cases of positivity from the schools so far.”
For his part, Health Minister-designate, Kwaku Agyeman-Manu told Ghanaians to make themselves available for vaccination against the coronavirus infection when the vaccines arrive into the country.
He said the only way to reduce the virus to the lowest level is through vaccination, hence every individual in the country should accept the vaccination.