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"Battery Bado Itafanya Kazi "CS Matiangi Dismisses Myths Surrounding COVID-19 Vaccines Effect in Men

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The Ministry of Health has been working hard to ensure that the citizens of Kenya are vaccinated against Covid-19, so that to reduce the risks associated with deaths from the disease and that people can maintain a strong immunity against the virus.

The latest updates from the ministry of health indicates that 3,664,721 people have received total vaccination while 2,771,051 Kenyans have received their first dose and other 893,670 people have received the second dose. According to Health CS Mutahi Kagwe, the government is committed to ensuring that 5.8 million people are vaccinated ahead of the 58th Mashujaa day celebrations scheduled for 10th October.

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Interior CS Fred Matiangi alongside Mutahi Kagwe, today they launched a mass covid-19 vaccination drive for inmates and staff in the Department of Correctional services at Naivasha Maximum Prison.

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While addressing the people in the event, CS Matiangi has dismissed myths that Covid-19 vaccines has an effect on men in a manner that they will not be able to satisfy their wives at home. Matiangi has urged Kenyans to ignore the myths surrounding the administration of Covid-19 vaccines highlighting that the vaccines are safe.

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This comes a time when many Kenyans especially the youth have been fearing going for the Covid-19 vaccines alleging that they have adverse effects on humans.

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