By Jerry Akornor 

Registered Community Health Nurse at Ketu South in Aflao Vivian Georgina Yawli has expressed confidence that malaria vaccination programmes being rolled out in the municipality are yielding good results despite myths surrounding Covid-19 vaccines. 

According to her, although the falsehood being peddled about the covid-19 vaccines required intensity of awareness to scale up clients participation, the benchmark data shows that malaria cases are minimal as compared to the past due to vaccination programmes.

In an interview with Ghana News Desk's Jerry Akornor, the Community Health Professional Yawli Georgina Vivian said " In fact, it is a challenge with the arrival of Covid-19 vaccines but there result from malaria vaccination is positive, we educate them that we continue to can't give their wards covid-19 vaccines without their knowledge".

Madam Yawli Georgina Vivian has also advised parents in the Ketu South Municipality to have confidence in malaria vaccination programmes and health professionals and discard every misinformation about vaccination in Ghana.

"We can only reduce the severity of malaria through vaccination. They should trust us as health professionals. We've been in this profession for long. Mothers out there already have confidence in us, that's why they bring their children for treatment".

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