Immediately after the covid-19 outbreak, foreign countries especially from Western Europe and America locked down their airports against any flights from Africa,as a away of preventing the spread of covid-19 disease and the very many variants.
And now President Uhuru Kenyatta while delivering his National Address today in Parliament,urged the foreign partners to avoid locking down Kenya as they have already made progress,to stop the spread of covid-19 disease by vaccinating millions of Kenyans.
"To our international partners, Covid will not be defeated by locking us down, shutting off parts of the world that we think are problematic. No one will be safe until we are all safe. Jameni, tumefanya Kazi msitufungie tena," President Uhuru Kenyatta said.
He also explained that Kenyan Government has made many strides in ensuring all Kenyans are vaccinated against the deadly Covid-19.
At the moment,as per the Ministry of Health statements, Kenya has now vaccinated close to 7.1 million people so far against Covid-19.
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