Governor Nyongo. Photo courtesy.
Kisumu county governor Honerable Nyong'o has come out to ask Kenyans not to panic by the Indian variant which was reported early on in the county. He has assured residents that the strain from India is now contained and Kisumu county will not witness the deaths tht are being seen in India due to the covid-19. He has however, asked Kenyans and more so, Kisumu residents to continue keeping social distance by avoiding unnecessary movements that might cause the spread.
Kenya as a country has been experiencing fluctuation I'm the cases. The infection rate has even been on record going up and down from the daily reports after testing. The vaccination process is still underway for the first jab that Kenyans are getting. The Government Announced few days ago, that more vaccines will come in after 12 weeks and those who took the first dose will be eligible to the second jab.
This will be a good move in stopping the spread of the virus. Kenyans are praying for the Virus to be contained so that they can be able to continue with their normal lives that was affected by the Virus. Business are picking up slowly in the country as residents struggle to pick up pieces again.
"'This Is Kisumu, Not India!'Governor Nyong'o says Kisumu has contained the Covid-19 variant which originated from India." Posted NTV Kenya.
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