Since the outbreak of Covid 19 in the year 2019 December,many people lived in extreme fear and uncertainties.Many people worldwide wondered on the next fate of life.
Various Government all over the world took the initiative of protecting their people from COVID19,by issuing various guidelines. Lead by The World Health Organization, Citizens were required to put on masks,sanitize their hands, observe social distance and avoid crowdy places as the search for Covid 19 Vaccine was undergoing.
Kenyan Government like other Governments of the world did its best by protecting its Citizens from Covid 19 by issuing such guidelines.However,It was until this year June during the Madaraka Day that things never went well with the people of Kisumu County ,particularly Kisumu Town.
It is allegedly said that after the Madaraka day .The cases of Covid 19 increases in Kisumu as many people tests positive,resulting to high demand of Covid Vaccines.
Tensed people of Kisumu Kisumu are now appealing for the Government to provide more vaccines as others claimed that there is no Vaccines in the Hospitals.
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