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Greece Donates 150,000 Doses of Covid Vaccine to Ghana

Greece Ghana vaccinesGreek FM Nikos Dendias hands over the vaccines to Uganda’s government. Credit: Instagram/Nikos Dendias

Greece donated over 150,000 doses of the AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine to Ghana during the visit of foreign minister Nikos Dendias to the African country last week.

The donation is expected to augment the ongoing Covid-19 vaccination exercise in Ghana and help the government achieve its target of reaching 20 million people with the life-saving vaccine.

Handing over the consignment at the Kotoka International Airport in Accra, Dendias said the donation is “an expression of solidarity of Greece in Ghana and its people. Greece actively supports Ghana in fighting the pandemic.”

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