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I might take the COVID-19 vaccine in 3 years – Efia Odo

Recently, Efia Odo took to Twitter to oppose the mandatory COVID-19 vaccination directive by the Ghana Health Service. In a follow-up submission, the actress has revealed that she may reconsider her stance and take the vaccine in three years.

Her new outlook on the compulsory vaccine was revealed during a discussion with Giovani Caleb on 3FM Drive. She said, “Maybe in three years. Once I have seen that okay, there’s not that many negative effects on it, of course. But just today, I got a message from one of my followers that his brother died after he got the vaccination.”

Andrea Owusu, known as Efia Odo, advocates that the COVID -19 vaccine should be an option and not a requirement. Speaking with Angel FM earlier this week, she explained why she refuses to take the jab, which will protect her from the deadly coronavirus.


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“I don’t trust the vaccine because normally, I don’t know how the vaccine came up all of a sudden. Because it takes about forty-five years normally before a vaccine is approved.

“So I don’t trust the vaccine. You can’t force me to do something I don’t want to do. You can’t force me to take a vaccine. It should be a choice, not mandatory. I am not against the jabs, but all I want to say is that it shouldn’t be mandatory,” she concluded.



By 3news.com



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