NF-(Kpone )- The Kpone -Katamanso Municipal Health Directorate in collaboration with the Ghana Health Service (GHS) and its development partners set to begin the National Vaccination Week across the entire Municipality.
In a statement signed by the Kpone -Katamanso Municipal health director Dr. Esther Priscilla Biamah -Danquah and copied to newsfarmgh.com stated that the National vaccination week would be in four phases with the first phase expected to commence on Thursday 21 to 28 April 2022.
The Statement further revealed that the exercise would end in June 2022 by which all targeted persons would be fully vaccinated against the Coronavirus.
It further stated that all persons of age 15 and above, pregnant women and fully Vaccinated persons from three months after receiving the second dose would be given an additional dose (Booster) of the vaccines.
According to the statement all persons who have received their first dose are required to go for their second dose including those who are yet to get vaccinated.
This according to the municipal health director would aid in achieving full immunity against the deadly coronavirus
It further stated that a team of health officials would be positioned at vantage designated places including vaccination centers across the municipality for the exercise.
‘Market places, churches, lorry stations, Mosques and weighing centers would be manned by health officials during the vaccination period’ the statement added.