The ministry of health has released the daily updates on the covid 19 in the last 24 hours. From their data, a total 156 patients tested positive from 3784 samples tested bringing total caseload to 101,690.Health ministry says 34 discharged from various hospitals across the country.
The ministry has urged the citizens to continue observing the health protocols saying it is the only way Kenya will be able to beat this deadly virus. Politicians and the religious leaders have been requested to be on frontline in ensuring that the health regulations are followed to the latter.
Earlier this week,the ministry announced that soon , before the month ends.Covid19 vaccine will be in the country. It went on to say that the process of vaccination will be conducted in three phases. The first phase will target government frontline workers. Additional people living with various conditions will also be vaccinated. The process of vaccination will go on upto the year 2022.
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