In the country, there are thousands of Kenyans who haven't received covid-19 doses. Furthermore, some Kenyans have being conned by some health workers in the country through paying for covid-19 vaccines.
According to the source, Ministry of Education has broke the silence this morning and send a new message. The ministry has revealed that covid-19 vaccines are free and no Kenyan should pay any amount of money so as to get covid-19 vaccines. Also the Ministry has revealed that more than 3 types of covid-19 vaccines are available in different health facilities in the country. Some of these covid-19 vaccines includes;
4. Johnson and Johnson.
All these vaccines are effective and approved.
These are good news to all Kenyans especially those who haven't received first dose of covid-19 because more than 4 typesof covid-19 are available in the country.
This comes in after some countries around the world are recording new positive cases which are caused by the new variant, Omicron.
Furthermore, remember to take covid-19 vaccines as soon as possible to fight this virus in the country.
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