US Government to give Ghana 1.3 million Pfizer vaccines

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The United States Government is to give 1.3 million Pfizer vaccines to Ghana to help the public intend to immunize 20 million Ghanaians before the year’s over.

The motion would add to the 1.2 million Moderna shots got by Ghana from the United States on September 4, 2021.

US Vice President Kamala Harris spread the word about this when she held respective discussions with President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo at the White House, Washington DC, on Thursday to firm the ties of collaboration between the two nations.

Addressing a public interview preceding the nearby entryway meeting, Vice President Kamala Harris said Ghana and the United States shared a promise to worldwide wellbeing and limiting the impacts of COVID-19.

“None of us have been invulnerable from the assaults of the pandemic. We perceive our common obligation to work together, to share assets, not exclusively to keep on tending with the impacts of COVID-19, yet additionally to plan for the following pandemics,” she said.

“The United States is glad to be an individual from COVAX and the African Union, and has given more than 1.2 million dosages of the Moderna immunization to Ghana. I’m glad to declare that, without further ado, we will send 1.3 million dosages of the Pfizer immunization.”

Inviting President Akufo-Addo to the White House, Mrs Harris said the gathering with the Ghanaian President “is a reaffirmation of the strength of the connection between the United States and Ghana, and obviously the profound authentic ties or official respective relationship, which started in 1957.”

VP Harris lauded President Akufo-Addo for his authentic administration of Ghana’s economy, saying: “American organizations keep on inclining up in Ghana, understanding the meaning of the work that they do there to America’s economy… ..”

“What’s more, they do this additionally in light of the fact that we are positive about the Government of Ghana and the climate, Mr. President, that you have made, which takes into consideration some trust in the regard and maintaining of law and order and basic freedoms. Thus, with all of that, we anticipate keep on cooperating.

President Akufo-Addo, on his part, expressed gratitude toward Vice President Harris for the greeting and said Ghana and the United States had similar responsibilities.

“We need to foster our country as a majority rule government, as a nation where opportunity and regard for common liberties and law and order are vital to our arrangement of administration,” he said.

The President offered thanks for the help of the United States towards assisting with overcoming the pandemic in Ghana.

He said Ghana required the help of the United States to handle and overcome the Jihadist rebellion in the Sahel.

“We are searching for help for our military and for the insight offices of our space that they can be in more grounded positions,” he said.

“Large numbers of those driving the Jihadist insurgences in West Africa are individuals who came from Iraq after they were driven out from Iraq, so I think we need data here that can help us to have the option to find and have the option to manage these individuals.”

President Akufo-Addo was cheerful that Ghana and America would keep on propelling their common causes, and furthermore reinforce the relations between the two nations.