Many people have received Covid-19 jabs while others are still waiting for the second dose. Furthermore, Covid-19 vaccines are effective and they normally protect someone against Covid-19 infections.
Also the ministry of health have encouraged all people to go for Covid-19 Dose which is normally free.
According to the source, Cabinet Secretary Of Health Mutahi Kagwe have broke the silence and revealed that our country is building Covid-19 vaccines plant. Furthermore, the cabinet secretary, Kagwe through his statement in an internal vaccination blue print has stated that the country will have a full manufacturing plant by 2024.
These are good news to all Kenyans headed by our beloved President Uhuru Kenyatta because many people will get Covid-19 vaccines quickly and this will help our country to fight this deadly disease.
Furthermore, stay safe and remember to sanitize because Covid-19 is killing people.
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