The Covid19 pandemic has continued to create havoc in the world. Country's economy in different nations have collapsed as a result of this deadly virus. Different countries have tried to use various vaccines to control the virus. Kenya started to use AstraZeneca vaccine among her citizens when it was approved by the World Health Organisation. About a million people have so been vaccinated with the priority given to frontline workers and the people 58 years and above.
There was growing concerns that the second dose could not be availed as the country that supply some of these vaccine,India was greatly affected by the third wave of the virus.
However,it comes as good news to the people who received the first dose of the vaccine. The acting Health DG Patrick Amoth say Kenya will administer the second dose of AstraZeneca vaccine from the first week of June 2021.Once a person receive the second dose,he will develop a strong immunity capable of fighting off this virus.
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