[Photo: President Uhuru being vaccinated]
The government has shared some important details on the Covid-19 vaccines more so in a critical time where most Kenyans have not got their jabs to ensure protection against adverse effects of coronavirus.
In a report by the Star it has been reported that only two percent of Kenyans have been vaccinated although the country has received over 6,283,620 vaccines since March 2020 when the virus broke out.
For that reason in an aim to dismiss the rumors that have been circulating in the country over the effects of the Covid-19 vaccines, ministry of health CAS Rashid Aman has revealed that there's not been any case of blood clot among the Kenyans who have been vaccinated.
Further he however revealed that, 633 Kenyans who have taken the Covid-19 vaccine jab have suffered from adverse effects.
On a good note the CAS assured Kenyans that the vaccines being administered are safe as they have been approved globally and that Kenyans should come out for the jab amidst the rising Covid-19 cases in the country.
Meanwhile have you taken a Covid-19 jab? Share your opinion in the comment section below.
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