In the last few months, our Kenyan government has been importing Corona Virus vaccines to the country with intention of ensuring all citizens are safe. So far, we have five different types of vaccines and they are free of charge. Basically, the vaccines have been supplied in several hospitals all over Kenya so that citizens can easily access it without spending. Everyday, Mutahi Kagwe reminds Kenyans to visit the medical centers and ensure they get vaccinated since all vaccines are free of charge. Apparently, records in the Ministry Of Health show that only few people have been vaccinated majority being the working citizens since they can't be allowed in place of work without vaccination letters. The other percentage of citizens haven't been vaccinated yet and these has increased the risk of Kenyans spreading the deadly Corona Virus to each other. The latest news reaching us is that the rate of infection has increased in the last 24 hours and many people tested positive for the Corona Virus disease. Today is the 556th day since Corona Virus was first reported in our country. We have reported a total of 548 cases in the last 24 hours which basically shows that rate of infection is increasing instead of reducing. Kindly consider getting an injection from a nearby medical center.
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