Ghana President to his people: Corona vaccine does not cause sterility

Ghana’s President Nana Akufo Addo urged his country’s citizens not to heed the conspiracy theories surrounding protective vaccines against the coronavirus before a nationwide vaccination campaign starts tomorrow, Tuesday.

Additionally, in a speech to the nation on Sunday evening, Akufo Addo said, “Ghanaians, I know some are still skeptical about the vaccine, others have expressed reservations about its effectiveness, while others side with the conspiracy theories and believe the vaccine was created to eliminate the African race, and that is far from “Far from the truth.”

He added, “Receiving the vaccine does not alter your DNA or any tracking device in your body, and it does not cause sterility for either women or men.”

The first country in the Kovacs Plan

Ghana is the first country to receive vaccines under the Kovacs Plan, which aims to provide the poorest countries with vaccines to fight the Covid-19 epidemic.

Akufo-Addo said that as president, to reassure people that the vaccine is safe, he will be given it publicly with the first lady, vice-president and second lady on Monday.

He said senior political leaders, religious leaders and judges would openly inject the vaccine on Tuesday.

Ghana recorded 84,023 cases of coronavirus and 607 deaths, including about 200 deaths in the last month only.

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