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Photo courtesy of MoH CS, Mr Mutahi Kagwe. The Ministry of Health under the stewardship of Cabinet Secretary Mr Mutahi Kagwe has finally revealed the established course of action of all covid 19 unvaccinated kenyans that will set rolling starting from Thursday, 3rd February 2022. The MoH has articulated that unvaccinated kenyans will find it difficult to access their areas of destination while moving by way of road starting from Thursday.
Health cabinet secretary Mutahi Kagwe has dismissed claims that some Covid 19 vaccines were missing from the National Vaccine store as earlier speculated. In a press release the CS said that media houses had reported the wrong information to the public of the number of doses the ministry had received which caused confusion among the people.
In a sample size of 763 people tested in the last 24 hours, the Ministry of Health said on Thursday that 127 people tested positive for COVID-19, representing a positivity rate of 16.6%. The youngest instance is one year old and the oldest is 87 years old; there are 61 male cases and 66 female cases.
The COVID-19 calamity has been down for a while after the government returned everything to normal. Many people have also been vaccinated against the deadly virus, but a large number remain unvaccinated. People are now living their free lives again without having to worry about the virus.
Mutahi Kagwe has today revealed secret details on the missing Covid-19 vaccines. According to reports, the Ministry of Health has dismissed reports by the Auditor General alleging that a number of Covid-19 vaccine doses cannot be traced. The ministry has said there was no deficit observed as at March 31 this year, adding that the average national overall wastage was 15 per cent.
Helb has dropped another crucial message this morning, Monday 4th July 2022 pertaining Covid 19 penalty waiver. Therefore, Helb has thanked all those who took advantage to clear their loans. Earlier this year, Helb announced a 100% Covid 19 penalty waiver to loanees as an appreciation of their commitment to repay their loans.
The Ministry of Health has delivered a good news to kenyans as the country starts to record reduced cases of covid-19 cases. Since the country recorded its first case, kenyans have continued to live in fear since at any time things can worsen and restrictions brought back. As per the reports as shared by Citizen TV, the country has recorded a total 762 new cases from a sample test of 7, 780.
It's Good news for School leavers as the government targets over 800000 school leavers for the COVID-19 vaccination Program in the next six weeks as part of the widest strategy to get almost 50percent of teenagers vaccinated against Coronavirus. Principal secretary Minister of health Susan Muchache says a six-week Campaign shall be conducted by the ministry of health and the Nairobi metropolitan services with support from development partners seeking to protect the elderly the young and the old from the Pandemic.
The ministry of health from S.A has revealed that over 100,000 P-fizer are at risk of being destroyed due to the fact that Alot of people are skeptical about taking it. Photo:Courtesy According to the reports given by a reliable source of information, it has been revealed that Alot of citizens are yet to believe that the vaccine is meant to help them.
It so sad and disappointing that the Queen has tested positive for Covid as confirmed by Buckingham Palace.Stating that the monarch is experiencing mild cold-like symptoms but expects to continue with light duties at Windsor over the coming week.They added that the Queen will continue to receive medical attention and will follow all the appropriate guidelines.
The court rulings prohibiting the government from enforcing the COVID Vaccination Certificate requirement are still in effect. The orders are still in effect, according to Justice Antony Mrima, awaiting the outcome of the hearing and decision. The court was set to hear the case today, and the parties wanted to know if the directive was still in effect, as the order stated that it would remain until January 4.
The COVID-19 pandemic, have brought a lot of torture to the people of Kenya, the economy is lowered down, this is because many people are rendered unemployed because of low income from many companies. Secondly people are denied their freedom, they are restricted from attending public places without mask.
Nairobi Metropolitan Service has partnered with USAID and CBCC to start a communication campaign on the vaccination of covid-19 among the city citizens which is expected to be rolled out in May. The campaign is aimed to increase the uptake of covid-19 vaccination across the informal settlement in the city due to the low vaccination rates in informal settlements which have been caused by the unavailability of covid-19 vaccine as well as myths, ignorance, and rumors surrounding the vaccine.
The Kenyan government trying its best to make sure that netizens develop a positive attitude towards Covid-19 vaccine. A lot of Kenyans are still in dilemma, whether to get vaccinated against Covid-19 or not, and some that are already vaccinated seems to be in tension of whether they did right or wrong, but the government working hard to put everything to light.
Queen Elizabeth II leaves Sandringham House after a reception to celebrate the start of the Platinum Jubilee, on February 5, 2022 in King's Lynn, England. Britain's Queen Elizabeth II has tested positive for coronavirus, Buckingham Palace announced Sunday. The 95-year-old sovereign -- who is celebrating her 70th year on the throne -- is experiencing mild cold-like symptoms but expects to continue light duties at Windsor over the coming week, the palace said.
Cabinet secretary of Health Mutahi Kagwe has waked up to morning bad news as details emerge on Covid-19 Vaccine. This comes as the government lift wearing of masks and other covid-19 protocols. In the announcement made by the government, it's not compulsory to wear face masks in public places as covid-19 reportedly flattens.
Since the outbreak of covid-19 in early 2019, it brought along many side effects to our economy and lives at large. It is believed that it originated from China, due to leakage in sichuan laboratory. Since then, we have had a lot of problems ranging from economy, religion, financial to physiological.
The National Treasury, the United Nations and the Gates Foundation has a Ksh 58 billion lottery plan to reward thousands of Kenyans who will take covid 19 booster vaccine between April 1 and August 1. The Senior government said on Thursday that there are at least 2000 acres of land at Movoko which is between the Konza city and Mololongo which are to be rewarded to about 8000 luck Kenyans who takes covid 19 booster jab.
Covid-19 still continues to rain havoc in many countries with over 78,269,789 Cases reported and 930,811 deaths in the past 30 days. According to recent news by BBC, Britain's Queen Elizabeth the second has tested positive for the coronavirus through an announcement delivered by Buckingham Palace on Sunday, February 20th.