Oppong Nkrumah Says First Batch of COVID-19 Vaccines Will Arrive Today


Oppong Nkrumah Says First Batch of COVID-19 Vaccines Will Arrive Today

Kojo Oppong Nkrumah, the Minister-designate for Information has announced the first batch of Covid-19 vaccines for the country will arrive later today.

Speaking at the Conference and Donor Presentation for the Sustainable Development of Yendi Municipal Hospital, Oppong Nkrumah said that he attended the program despite having another task connected to the delivery of the first batch of vaccines on Monday.

READ ALSO:  Just In: NDC To Hold Presidential Primaries On May 6; See How Much Each Aspiring Flagbearer Is Expected To Pay

Read Also: Ronaldinho’s Mother Dies From COVID-19 Complications

He said he had another engagement on Ghana’s COVID-19 vaccines that will be arriving early Monday morning.

This indicates the vaccines will be delivered to Ghana today.

Read Also: Michy Responds To Ayisha Modi’s Claim That She+ Hajia4Real And Shattta Had 3$ome S£X

READ ALSO:  Travel Outside Ghana With Your Ghana Card Let's See - Sam George Challenges Bawumia; See Why

According to the state’s rollout plan, health professionals will be the first to get vaccinated against the virus.

Also, due to the prevalence of the virus in the Greater Accra and Ashanti Regions, they will receive priority in the rollout of the vaccine.

Read Also: I Will Plead With Mahama To Withdraw The Case – Charles Owusu

READ ALSO:  One Of The Best Things Mahama Did Was To Cancel Nurses And Teachers Trainee Allowance - Captain Smart Gives Reason For Statement; Check Details

The government is targeting vaccinating 20 million people between March and October this year.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here