The ministry of health today announced a good news to all kenyans as the country will now start manufacturing covid-19 vaccines in next year. According to the news which was shared on the social media platforms, the ministry of health headed by the minister Mutai Kagwe, said that the country will start manufacturing covid-19 vaccines in less than a year to come.
He continued by saying that the government will also work together with unnamed company which is located in Kenya. The citizens of Kenya will now be vaccinated for free as the vaccines will be produced in large number. It is now time for the kenyans to come out in large number so that they can be vaccinated to avoid the spread of this deadly disease called covid-19 in our country.
The goverment through the ministry of health is working together so that the manufacturing process can start faster for the benefit of poor kenyans. Despite that, the ministry of health is also urging the citizens to wear masks at all time so that to avoid the spread of this deadly disease called covid-19 in our country.
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