Government on Friday obtained about 50,000 dosages of Covid-19 immunizations from the Indian government.
The Indian High Commissioner to Ghana, Sugandh Rajaram made the introduction to Foreign Affairs Minister candidate, Shirley Ayorkor Botchwey and Health Minister-assign, Kwaku Agyeman-Manu, who on got the immunizations at the Kotoka International Airport (KIA) for government.
Government since the spike in Covid-19 recorded cases has found a way to obtain a critical number of immunizations to help Ghana in its battle against the Covid pandemic.
Friday’s obtainment follows about 600,000 AstraZeneca antibodies the nation secured under the COVAX Facility.
Mrs Ayorkor Botchwey offered thanks to the Indian government for the “kind and convenient gift.”
She further expressed that the gift denotes the shared responsibility of the two governments to “work in fortitude and association to address normal difficulties,” that is the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Minister-assign gave the affirmation that administration is giving its most ideal and investigating every possibility to gain in any event 20 million antibodies for the complete populace.
“In reality, we are unflinching in our assurance and will use both two-sided and multilateral game plans to achieve this goal. I will in this way empower companions and accomplices of Ghana to keep mobilizing support for Government’s endeavors,” she said.
In the mean time, Health Minister-assign Agyeman-Manu is encouraging all residents to keep on remaining safe and follow the Covid-19 conventions “as we battle this pandemic together