Worrying details have today emerged concerning the spread of HIV virus as reports indicate that more rise of HIV cases is likely to increase if the government won't take actions. Before delivering, a woman has to undergo a number of tests so as to ensure that the life of the baby is kept safe free from infections.
However, the ministry of health are calling upon the government through president Uhuru Kenyatta to save the life of the new born children as the country is now facing shortage of HIV testing kits. Health workers says that the situation of shortage of HIV testing kits is very dangerous in our country as more risks of transmitting HIV from the mother to the baby will keep on increasing.
The ministry of health has therefore urged the government through president Uhuru Kenyatta to ensure that they solve the issue before things worsen. This by ensuring that our country has got enough HIV testing kits in each and every health facility.
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