Ghana led the entire world in the bold move against COVID-19 to become the first country to obtain the COVAX vaccine and started administering it to the citizens
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Since then, many Ghanaians have been captured in media files taking their jabs.
Some of those have been extremely funny as grown-ups have been seen showing public expressions of fear for the simple injection.
See video of a nurse unable to keep calm when she was being given the injection:
See the video of a grown man who was scared to death of taking the injection below:
He had to be held still before the vaccine was administered
See pictures of a police officer and a lookalike of Jean Mensah taking the injection painfully below:
Earlier, Sky News, a known media house in the United Kingdom has described Ghana as part of the world's poorest people in a COVID-19 related report.
In the post sighted by YEN.com.gh on the verified Instagram handle of the organization, it made the statement after 600,000 doses of COVID-19 vaccine arrived in Ghana.
All over the world, Ghana was hailed for being the first country to obtain the COVAX, but Sky News decided to go on a route that has highly misrepresented the West African country.
In an interview with YEN.com.gh's Philip Abutiate, the unnamed vendor indicated that she herself is not likely to take one as she has never taken an injection in her life.
According to her, if the vaccines came in the form of tablets, it would be easy for people like her but she is scared of the prospect to go in for the injection.
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