However, for a while now, the government in collaboration with Ministry of health has been recording less than 5 percent of Covid-19 pandemic. Though, it has took the country not only longer time but a lot of resources have been used to reduce the positivity rate to below 5 percent.
Even as this sound good achievement to Kenyans, there are allegations that the country might experience the fifth Wave in November.
According to report, the experts are predicting that Kenya will hit the peak of the fifth Wave next month and if no proper Covid-19 measures are not taken, then the country might lose three thousand people.
Therefore, if this will be true, then kenyans should be ready to accept any measure that the government will put in place to curb the disease.
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