According to the FDA, no vaccine against coronavirus infection in the country was approved by the Food and Drugs Authority (FDA).
In a statement by FDA signed on Tuesday, January 12 by the chief operating officer, Delese A.A. Darko, on the responsibility of many accidental members of the enterprise group to deal with data sales to hospitals and other healthcare sites for COVID drugs, the FDA said.
‘ The details would allegedly warn the general public of the availability of such vaccines to familiar pharmaceuticals through an indication that they fall below their benefit thresholds.
Having done so is to protect the general population against patronage of those vaccines since in its case no FDA vaccination has currently authorised any of such vaccines for use in Ghana.
The FDA hereby wishes to warn both the health institution and the general public that the information exchanged to it is in violation of Paragraph 118 of the Public Health Act 2012, of Act 851, and constitutes a very grave offense.
‘The Authority seeks to make certain to the general public that it is loyal to the general public.
It is, to that end, responsible for the tracking of social media and online activities of the products it provides for; therefore, all persons who are caught under the COVID-19 vaccine shall be imprisoned, in accordance with the provisions of Section 129 of Act 851, which includes a fine of up to 180,000 GHC, or of imprisonment for up to 25 years of imprisonment, or with both.
Please be aware: In Ghana, where the COVID-19 vaccine has been approved on behalf of FDA, the Ministry of Health is to implement the national regulations to regulate, in the health sectors, the use of its immunizations (ii)