The novel Corona virus pandemic has paused a major challenge to many countries throughout the world and more so in the African soil.
The pandemic has left many jobless, mourning loved ones and some dropped out of school due to the difficulties that came along with it.
However, Kenya received a batch of COVID-19 vaccines days ago to ease the situation in the country, and had began administering the vaccines.
Cabinet Secretary Simon Chelugui has however sounded a warning to those who might be thinking of refusing to take the COVID-19 vaccines.
Speaking on Sunday at the AIC Emining Church during a Church Service and Fundraiser in Mogotio, Baringo County, the CS warned of heavy penalties which might be awaiting those who will refuse to be vaccinated,as they might be barred from receiving vital services like travelling outside the country.
CS Chelugui also urged Kenyans to shun away from propaganda surrounding the COViD-19 vaccine, saying people should take up the medicine for the good of their health.
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