A file photo of president Uhuru Kenyatta.
Whereas some counties have been closed as a way of controlling the spread of corona disease, many Kenyans are seemingly relaxed because their counties were not affected and think Covid-19 won't affect them.
Exists have now revealed that although counties closed because of high rates of the disease are Nairobi, Kiambu, Machakos, Kajiado and Nakuru, all the other 42 counties have been affected too.
Experts say that this should not surprise people. That takes several weeks before the vaccine starts to give the body the needed immunity. So it is possible that someone was vaccinated today Sunday and got a corona next Sunday.
In addition, experts say that the goal of vaccination is not to prevent coronary heart disease, but to reduce the severity of the disease if one does. For example, if a person gets a corona that has to be admitted to the ICU, if he gets it after the vaccine he will be admitted to the intensive care unit without gas cylinders.
Kenyans have since been asked to observe all the protocols because in 2020, employees completed their paid leave and that this time they were forced to give them unpaid leave. Some 300-bed hotels have received only 10 guests, a number that will not bring any benefits. The worst affected are Mombasa, Diani, Watamu and Malindi.
As these and other challenges continue, it has been noted that some people who have been vaccinated have decided not to adhere to the principles of prevention.
There are people who pay the police a little something and turn a blind eye when they enter or leave closed areas. When you arrive at the many remote travel centers in Nairobi, you will hear people bidding for trips to Mombasa or Kisumu, with police officers passing by. This kind of confidence shows that there is something that these people are aware of.
These actions are dangerous to the health of the characters and other people, even the caretakers.
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