Out of the number, 10,403,397 AstraZeneca vaccines have been administered while 18,368 doses of Sputnik-V have been administered.
It said 1,065,357 doses of the Moderna vaccines, 4,509,210 Pfizer-BioNTech vaccines have been administered while 2,735,514 doses of the COVID-19 Janssen vaccines have been administered.
The service said8,105,359 persons have so far been fully vaccinated out of the 22.9 million people targeted, making up a percentage of 35.5.
The number of persons receiving “AT LEAST” one dose is 11,235,113 representing 49.2 per cent.
A total of 1,668,363 people have also been said to have received the first booster dose.
Ghana experienced a surge in infections and fatalities in January 2021, entering a second wave of rising infections of COVID-19. The number of daily active cases in February 2021 was as high as the peak of the first wave in June 2020.
Furthermore, Ghana was also confirmed to have recorded the COVID-19 variant, which first appeared in South Africa.
Hence, government rolled out the vaccination exercise to help save lives in the country in March, 2021.
This has however received low patronage by Ghanaians partly due to the belief in herbal medicine, inadequate information about COVID-19 and people being oblivious of the vaccination benefits.
For this reason, the Service has called on all and sundry to get vaccinated along with ensuring a strict observance of the safety precautions to help control the pandemic and slow the development of new variants.
The GHS has also urged the general populace to be more cautious particularly with the outbreak of the Marburg virus disease, influenza and monkeypox in the country.