The church of Pentecost in a statement singed by Chairman Eric Nyamekye has explained that, The Church of Pentecost has declared support for the administration of approved vaccines in the fight against COVID-19 and has told its ministers not to use their platforms to promote myths, controversies and falsehoods about the vaccines.
”It is obvious the conspiracy theories cannot be substantiated and are not sustainable,” the church said in a statement.
“Ministers, officers and members of the Church are therefore discouraged from using the platforms of the Church to fuel and promote myths, controversies and falsehood to misinform people and members on the usefulness and benefit of COVID-19 vaccines,” the church added. The covid 19 team which of the church which is made up of Doctors, Theologians, Pharmacists, Clinicians, Public Health Consultants, Lawyers, Psychologists among others analysed several controversies and myths about the vaccines. Because social media is saturated with fake news, the Church public is advised to avoid depending mainly on social media for information without checking from reliable sources, the church then advise its members to put death ears to fake news regarding the vaccine and also to practice all safety protocols