Covid-19 is a deadly disease which is transmitted from one person to another. Many Kenyans including children have tested positive. Furthermore, the ministry of health is working tirelessly to fight Covid-19 epidemic by vaccinating Kenyans. Furthermore, yesterday the ministry of health which is headed by the Cabinet Secretary, Mutahi Kagwe uplifted Covid-19 restrictions in the country to reduce more infections. Furthermore, Kagwe said that the economy will be fully opened if many Kenyans get these jabs.
According to the source, Angry residents have attacked 11 healthy workers who tried to vaccinate them in one village at Guatemala . It has been reported that, the angry residents who are against Covid-19 jabs attacked the health workers physical and verbally. Furthermore, it has been revealed that, more than 40 vaccines were destroyed by the residents and health workers were held for more than 6 hours before the police officers came to rescue them.
These cases of attacking healthy workers who are sacrificing their lives to end this deadly epidemic should be condemned. Let us follow guidelines from the ministry of health.
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