Since the outbreak of corona Virus commonly known as Covid-19, many people have been hospitalized while dozens have lost their lives across the world. This deadly and Killer disease originated from Wuhan City in China in 2019. But scientist have worked round the clock and finally come up with vaccines to prevent the spread of corona Virus. Kenya has not been left behind as the ministry of health has good news for its citizens.
As reported by NTV Kenya, Government will next year start manufacturing Covid-19 vaccines locally in collaboration with unnamed pharmaceutical firms in a move aimed at easing supply hitches that have derailed mass inoculation.
Health Cabinet Secretary Mutahi Kagwe revealed in an internal vaccination blue print that the country has started the process of building a filling plant for the Covid-19 vaccines. Health CS Hon. Mutahi Kagwe said a full-fledged vaccine manufacturing plant will be built by 2024.
"Kenya to manufacture Covid vaccines starting next year." Tweeted by NTV Kenya
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