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Don’t be alarmed over vaccines shortage – Health Service

Citi Vaccine The Ghana Health Service (GHS) has sought to calm nerves over reports of a nationwide shortage of some vaccines for the immunization of infants. The Director General of the GHS, Dr. Ebenezer Appiah-Denkyira confirmed the shortage to but clarified that the situation is not being experienced nationwide. He said it is only the Ashanti Region and some parts of the Greater Accra Region which have been affected. Dr. Appiah-Denkyira however allayed the fears of parents saying, “if one hospital is in short supply of the vaccines, they will contact other health facilities to supply them so there is » Read More

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