Health CAS Mercy Mwangangi is one of the most popular people in the country. Since the outbreak of the corona virus pandemic, she has been doing a great job updating Kenyans on matters to do with the dangerous disease.
After the country procured the first batch of the corona virus vaccine, many Kenyans were relieved because they thought the move will end ever rising death cases in the country. In this time when the country is in the third wave, some people thought that the vaccine would end up offering immediate solution but as things seem to be, Kenyans need to be keen now more than ever.
That is because Health CAS Mercy Mwangangi left Kenyans talking today after she delivered bad news to the Nation. According to Mwangangi as reported by KBC Channel1 News, we as a country have lost another 18 people due to Covid-19. She went on to warn that our positivity rate has really gone up.
It is a time you wear a mask, keep social distance, wash your hands and observe all protocols from the Ministry of Health.
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