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Ghana has taken delivery of its first batch of the 60,000 AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine yesterday, Wednesday February 24, 2021.

The consignment reached the shores of Ghana at about 7:00 am today at the Kotoka International Airport. A delegation led by the Minister of Health-designate, Mr. Kwaku Agyemang-Manu received the Vaccines amid a brief ceremony that will be televised on the nation’s broadcaster GTV and also on the Ministry of Information’s Facebook page.

There has been a bit of despair among Ghanaians as the announcement of the country taking delivery of the Vaccines has been met with mixed reactions.

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Some Ghanaians are of the view that the Western world wants to wipe out Africans through these vaccines whiles some Christians believe it is the biblical mark if the beast.

Ghana is among the 145 countries listed to receive vaccines from a number of suppliers through the COVAX facility according to the World Health Organization (WHO).

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UNICEF which is a UN body is said to be affected financially as UK cuts 60% of it’s funding to them. This means that this year instead of €40m the agency will receive €16m.

UNICEF warned of “serious consequences” for children particularly those affected by COVID-19. The pandemic has forced tough decisions to be made.
UNICEF acknowledged the “challenging financial situation facing governments, but called on the UK government to return to spending 0-7% of the national income on foreign aid.


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UNICEF which is a UN body is said to be affected financially as UK cuts about 60% of it’s funding to them. This means that this year instead of €40 million the agency will receive €16 million. UNICEF warned of “a serious consequences” for children particularly those affected by COVID-19.
The pandemic has forced tough decisions to be made. UNICEF acknowledged the “challenging” financial situation facing governments, but called on the UK government to return to spending 0-7% of the national income on foreign aid.5


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