I will not take the vaccine – Bridget Otoo drops two reasons for her decision

I will not take the vaccine – Bridget Otoo drops two reasons for her decision

Popular television personality Bridget Otoo has stated emphatically that she is not going to take part in the COVID-19 vaccination which is currently ongoing. While speaking in a self-recorded video and sighted by Zionfelix.net, Bridget Otoo indicated that her first reason for not taking the vaccine was because she wanted the vulnerable, essential workers and professionals to take their shots first. Going on to the second reason, Bridget Otoo revealed that her elder sister’s doctor advised her against taking the vaccine because it may have some effect on her childbearing since there…

COVID-19 vaccines God’s answer to our prayers, not Mark of the Beast; I’ll take it’ – Agyinasare

COVID-19 vaccines God’s answer to our prayers, not Mark of the Beast; I’ll take it’ – Agyinasare

Bishop Charles Agyinasare has said he will take the COVID-19 vaccine because it is not the Mark of the Beast as being speculated by some Christians. Ghana received 600,000 dozes of the AstraZeneca vaccine and started administering them today, Tuesday, 2 March 2021. A day earlier, President Nana Akufo-Addo and Vice-President Mahamudu Bawumia, along with their spouses, took the jab publicly to assure the citizens of its safety. Today, other prominent personalities such as former President John Mahama and his wife; former President John Agyekum Kufuor, Asantehene Otumfuo Osei Tutu…

Asantehene And Wife Take COVID-19 Vaccine

Asantehene And Wife Take COVID-19 Vaccine

The Asantehene, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II and his wife, Lady Julia, took the COVID 19 vaccine publicly on Tuesday at the Manhyia Palace to bolster public confidence and encourage all to participate in the inoculation exercise. The Asantehene did not make any statement after the exercise but was heard telling the nurse, Lydia Owusu Ansah, a public health nurse at the regional health directorate: “have you finished. But this is not painful at all,” he said. His jab was to officially commence the inoculation exercise in the Ashanti Region where…

REVEALED: 42 Million COVID-19 Vaccines To Arrive In Ghana

REVEALED: 42 Million COVID-19 Vaccines To Arrive In Ghana

Ghana is expected to take delivery of forty-two (42) million COVID-19 vaccines to inoculate its citizens against the dreaded Coronavirus pandemic. Managing Director of the State Transport Company (STC), Nana Akomea disclosed this in Accra on Tuesday. Ghana has already received 600000 doses of AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine – which gained global recognition – on Wednesday, February 24, 2021. President Nana Akufo-Addo and his wife Rebecca Akufo-Addo together with Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia and Second Lady Samira Bawumia first took the dose on Monday, March 1 publicly. Former President John Dramani Mahama…

UNICEF Ghana commends President Akufo-Addo for taking COVID-19 vaccine publicly

UNICEF Ghana commends President Akufo-Addo for taking COVID-19 vaccine publicly

UNICEF Ghana has praised President Nana Akufo-Addo for leading by example for taking the COVID-19 vaccine publicly so as to engender trust in the efficacy of the vaccine. The message, posted on social media, came minutes after President Akufo-Addo and his wife, Rebecca Akufo-Addo, took the vaccine at the 37 Military Hospital, Accra “We commend H.E. Nana Akufo-Addo, President of the Republic of #Ghana and H.E. the First Lady, Madam Rebecca Akufo-Addo, for leading by example and receiving the #COVID19 vaccine,” the statement said in part. “It is important that…

Covid-19, Ebola signs of the endtime – Mpohor DCE

Covid-19, Ebola signs of the endtime – Mpohor DCE

The District Chief Executive for Mpohor in the Western Region, Ignatius Asaah Mensah, has said Covid-19, otherwise known as the coronavirus, and the deadly Ebola, which has created national fear in a way he has not witnessed in his lifetime before, are signs of the end time. In the last few years, the world has endured pandemics such as SARS, the Swine flu, Ebola virus and now the coronavirus. The Mpohor District Assembly, according to the DCE, has intensified public education on Covid-19 safety protocols in the district to curb the upsurge of the virus. The…

Ghana’s COVID-19 death toll hits 464 with 765 new cases

Ghana’s COVID-19 death toll hits 464 with 765 new cases

More COVID-19-related deaths at the weekend have taken Ghana’s COVID-19 fatality toll to 464, the latest figures of the Ghana Health Service indicate. There are 765 new cases. The active caseload is now 6,411. So far, a total of 71,533 cases have been confirmed in Ghana since March last year. Out of that number, 64,658 have recovered. Regional breakdown Greater Accra Region – 42,010 Ashanti Region – 12,935 Western Region – 3,878 Eastern Region – 3,046 Central Region – 2,458 Volta Region – 1,092 Bono East Region – 845 Northern…

COVID-19: 777 new cases, 9 more die; death toll now 433

COVID-19: 777 new cases, 9 more die; death toll now 433

Nine more COVID-19 patients have died, taking the fatality toll to 433. According to the latest figures from the Ghana Health Service, 777 new cases have been confirmed. The active caseload is now 5,786. So far, a total of 68,559 cases have been confirmed in Ghana since March last year. Out of that number, 62,340 patients have recovered and been discharged. Regional breakdown Greater Accra Region – 40,320 Ashanti Region – 12,453 Western Region – 3,622 Eastern Region – 2,905 Central Region – 2,340 Volta Region – 991 Bono East Region – 837 Northern Region – 753 Upper…

COVID-induced male impotence worry for all ‘stakeholders’; ‘mask-up else we demand COVID test before committing’ – Ursula warns men

COVID-induced male impotence worry for all ‘stakeholders’; ‘mask-up else we demand COVID test before committing’ – Ursula warns men

Communication Minister-designate, Mrs Ursula Owusu-Ekuful, has said the revelation that COVID-19 causes impotence in male survivors, is not only a problem for the victims but a worry for all “stakeholders”. She has, thus, warned men to mask-up to keep safe or “we may demand negative test results before we commit”. “Push us not and mask up”, she warned, adding: “Save your life and that of the stakeholder(s)”. Within the last two weeks, COVID-19 has killed 64 people in Ghana, President Nana Akufo-Addo revealed in his 23rd national address to the…

FDA gives go-ahead for clinical trial of first-ever COVID-19 herbal medicine ‘Nibima’

FDA gives go-ahead for clinical trial of first-ever COVID-19 herbal medicine ‘Nibima’

Cryptolepis sanguinolenta (Nibima) has been approved for clinical trial as the first-ever herbal medicine for COVID-19 in Ghana by the Food and Drugs Authority (FDA). A statement issued on Monday, 1 February 2020 by FDA CEO Delese Darko, announced that the trial will take place at two separate sites. It said the approval was given last month. The FDA, which is the National Medicine Regulatory Agency (NMRA) in Ghana, said the School of Public Health at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) submitted a clinical trial application…