The Principal Secretary said that youths must produce an evidence that they have received at least one jab after enrolling for this government program.
Hinga said that the government will not force the youths to take the Corona virus vaccine but it is it's mandate to ensure the safety of every youth during the program.
He added that the jab is given for free in all public health facilities, which is more favorable compared to high amount of money used to treat the disease.
He went ahead and urged the youths who have already applied for Kazi Mtaani program to take advantage of this few days remaining before the program kick off.
Source: Capital FM Kenya.
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