The new Coronavirus variant had earlier caused a heated debate on whether the government will ban or block people from entering Kenya from the affected countries. However the ministry of health has revealed that there is no plan to ban those who will be entering inside Kenya from the affected countries.[Photo Courtesy]
Through a press conference that was attended by different media stations, the Health Principal Secretary Mochache says that the government has no plan at the moment of banning those people who will be coming from Countries that are affected by Omicron COVID-19 variant.
The PS has assured Kenyans that the government has employment good surveillance team at Kenyan boarders to inspect the immigrants. They will be screening them thoroughly and also requesting vaccination certificates to prove that they are safe.
Mochache has urged Kenyans not to give up on the measures put in place by the government. They should get vaccinated and also observe social distance as a ways of preventing the spread of the virus. She claims that Kenyans should not be afraid about the vaccines because they are safe and works on all variants of COVID-19.
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