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The Daily Graphic believes the health authorities should collaborate with NCCE and the Information Service Department to begin public campaigns on the quantities of Corona virus vaccine that will be arriving in the country.The Paper believes Ghanaians need to know the system of distribution put in place to avoid the partial lockdown experienced in April last year when food distribution became a challenge as some of its targeted beneficiaries never got it. Also, health authorities and for that matter government should setup an oversight body to supervise the distribution of the vaccines. The Graphic thinks it is good news government has put in resources to receive its share of vaccines, it therefore urges Ghanaians to act responsibly and co-operate with the authorities to save themselves,loved ones and colleagues from the COVID-19 disease.

The Ghanaian Times expresses worry over the surge in armed robbery cases in the country. The paper believes it is time Ghana’s security establishments stepped up and discovered the motives of these armed robbers as these attacks leave victims who make it out alive traumatized for life. It says although studies have it that robbers prefer isolated and dark places, this is no longer the case as there have been cases of daylight robbery. The Times says it is worrying that these armed robbers are so unsympathetic that they even attack ambulance drivers, pregnant women and people with petty businesses like mobile money vendors. The paper believes if the courts and security establishments enact laws with severe punishments on these crimes, it can make armed robbery and other crimes unattractive to perpetrators and potential ones.

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