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WHO and Ghana Health Service launch 9th mass COVID-19 vaccination.

Collaboration aims to ensure equitable vaccine access for vulnerable populations

In an effort to combat the ongoing global pandemic, the World Health Organisation Ghana office has joined forces with the Ghana Health Service to lend their expertise and technical support to the vaccination teams. This collaboration aims to ensure that the COVID-19 vaccines are accessible to all individuals, with a particular focus on those who are most vulnerable to the disease. 

Vaccination exercise by WHO/GHS officials – WHOGhana/X

The 9th mass COVID-19 campaign is a crucial step in the nation’s fight against the virus. By providing technical assistance, WHO Ghana and the Ghana Health Service are working tirelessly to ensure that the vaccines are efficiently distributed and administered to the population. This partnership is a testament to their commitment to safeguarding the health and well-being of the Ghanaian people. With the ultimate goal of reaching every corner of the country, the vaccination teams are leaving no stone unturned. Their tireless efforts are directed towards ensuring that no individual is left behind, especially those who are at the highest risk of contracting the disease. 

Vaccination being administered by WHO/GHS officials – WHOGhana/X

By prioritising these vulnerable groups, the teams are taking a proactive approach to protecting those who are most susceptible to the severe consequences of COVID-19. This collaboration is a testament to the power of collective action in the face of a global crisis. By pooling resources and expertise, they are able to maximise the impact of the vaccination campaign and ensure that the vaccines are distributed equitably. 

As the world continues to grapple with the challenges posed by the pandemic, partnerships like these are crucial in our collective fight against COVID-19. The World Health Organisation Ghana Country Office and the Ghana Health Service

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