Efia Odo has said she didn’t know better when she vehemently opposed the decision by the government to mandatorily vaccinate all persons who wanted to travel out of Ghana in December 2021.
The Ghana Health Service (GHS) had introduced new COVID-19 protocols at the Kotoka International Airport (KIA) that required each individual who wished to travel out of the country to take the COVID-19 jab.
Answering one of her numerous followers on Twitter, who asked if she still believed “COVID-19 was caused by 5G”, the actress and socialite replied, “I was ignorant and loud now I’m educated and calm.”
Earlier, she strongly believed the government’s directive would have limited people from making their own choices concerning the COVID-19 pandemic.
As such, she didn’t spare no words in expressing her disappointment and took to her Twitter page to share her views on the mandatory COVID-19 vaccination.
Efia couldn’t wrap it around her head as to why Malaria kills more people than COVID-19 but people are now being forced to take vaccinations against COVID.
“Malaria has killed more people than COVID-19 (approximately 20,000 people yearly), but they’re mandating us to take a vaccine. Taking a vaccine should be a personal choice and not a mandatory decision. Guess I’m stuck in Ghana cuz (because) I’m not taking any disapproved vaccine.”
At the time she made her comments, many airports around the world had established a mandatory COVID-19 vaccine policy to help prevent the possible rise in infections that the yuletide could present.
What heightened their fear was also the fact that there was a new variant, the omicron variant, which had caused many countries to resume strict COVID protocols to control and mitigate the ravaging effects of the virus.
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