Efia Odo battles for the right to choose whether or not to receive the Covid-19 vaccine.
The socialite ‘informs’ that malaria kills more people than Covid-19. Twitter users have reacted to Efia Odo’s tweet about why she opposes the government’s decision to make the Covid-19 vaccine mandatory for Ghanaians and all visitors during the festive season.
Ghana’s officials are concerned about a new outbreak of coronavirus infections among international visitors caused by the Omicron type.
To enter the country, all arriving travelers over the age of 18 will be asked to provide proof of vaccination. Other travel controls (pre-arrival and arrival tests) are still in effect, as are domestic safeguards.
In response to this, the socialite stated that the government cannot make vaccines mandatory.
According to Efia Odo, the malaria parasite has killed more individuals, and taking the Covid-19 vaccine should be a personal choice.
“Malaria has killed more people than COVID 19 (about 20,000 people each year), but they’re forcing us to get vaccinated.” Vaccination should be a personal choice rather than a legal requirement. “I guess I’m stuck in Ghana because I won’t take any vaccines that aren’t approved,” she tweeted.
Malaria has killed more people than COVID 19 (about 20,000 people each year), but the government is forcing us to get vaccinated. Vaccination should be a personal choice rather than a legal requirement. I guess I’m stuck in Ghana since I refuse to take any vaccines that aren’t allowed.
Twitter users, on the other hand, have chastised her for her viewpoint, calling her remark vapid.