The COVID-19 Vaccine debate has remained a controversy, with many speculations concerning the safety of the vaccine. There has been uproars on opinions concerning black people having to take the vaccines first; which was recently opined by Melinda Gates; as we preciously reported.
Well, according to Eyegambia; The President of Republic of Ghana, Nana Akufo-Addo assured the citizenry of the possibility of the country procuring a vaccine very soon.
The President made this revelation during the 20th update; on the measures his government has taken so far towards the management of coronavirus.
“Ghana, I assure you, is not going to be left behind in having access to the vaccines.” The President stated.
He added that his government has put together a team of experts from the relevant agencies and institutions; who are working assiduously towards the deployment and procurement of the vaccines.
He admitted however that, he is aware of the anxieties relating to the safety and efficacy of newly-developed vaccines but assured that; his “government will ensure that the COVID-19 vaccines to be deployed in the country are effective and safe.”