Parliament To Bring Back Ebola Vaccination In Ghana

Parliament To Bring Back Ebola Vaccination In Ghana

Parliament of Ghana is considering re-introducing the instituting of the Ebola vaccination trial in the country following a report issued to the House by the Health Committee in Parliament.

The report signed by Joseph Yieleh Chireh, Chairman of Parliament’s Committee on Health claimed that the decision was arrived at following several deliberations with the stakeholders in the sector.

Meanwhile, the FDA still insists the trial will not pose any health hazard to Ghanaians.

Following the outbreak of the deadly Ebola Virus in parts of Africa, the Food and Drugs Authority (FDA) in June gave an international pharmaceutical company approval to commence Ebola Vaccine trial in Ghana with the hope of getting a cure for the deadly disease.

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