Covid-19 is a deadly disease. Furthermore, many people have contracted this deadly virus and some are still in hospital fighting for their lives. Unfortunately, more than 5 millions people have confirmed dead since the first case was reported in the world.
According to the source, worrying details have emerge about the fifth waveof Covid-19. Experts have revealed that the fifth wave of Covid-19 may kill more than 2500 people in the country. Furthermore, the experts have revealed that the country should introduce more strictly measures to curb the spreading of this deadly disease. The fifth wave is expected to hit the country next Month November.
This is a huge blow to all Kenyans who are not prepared to get Covid-19 vaccines.
This comes in after our beloved president Uhuru Kenyatta imposed new guidelines to reduce Covid-19 infections in the country.
Let us follow all guidelines from the ministry of health to reduce Covid-19 infections.
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