Covid 19 pandemic is still spreading like a wildfire across the world. The disease has claimed the lives of many people. Although the vaccines were discovered, they are not available in large quantities to meet the demand. Currently, the vaccines are easily available to rich nations compared to poor countries in Africa and other regions.
Just like other African countries, Kenya has not been hit hard by the pandemic as compared to Western Countries. Health experts are warning Kenyans that the country is likely to be hit by the fourth wave of Covid 19. President Uhuru Kenyatta who was planning to have a two days tour of Ukambani region has postponed the event. According to him, he did so to prevent the spread of Covid 19 among the people.
The president said that the ban on all political meetings is still on. He called all politicians to adhere to all directives in order to avoid a catastrophic situation that may cause a lot of suffering across the country.
However, some Kenyans have questioned Uhuru's move to postpone the event. Some said that he could have done the same in Kisumu during Madaraka Day celebration.
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