Late last year china reported outbreak of the deadly Corona virus. Many people around the globe thought it is a common flue that will vanish after short period of the time. One year now, the virus has brought almost everything to a stand still. The virus has brought untold suffering in life of many people. People have lost job, businesses closed down, schools shut down and increased cases of domestic and gender based violence in families. Here in kenya, things are no different. The surge in covid-19 infections
3 Reasons You Should Take the Covid-19 Vaccine. After a period of time now, since the implementation of the Covid-19 Vaccine in our countries, it is recorded that most people still haven't showed up for it. If we might question it, why are you assuming the directives of the government?
Schools are set to reopen fully tomorrow after nine months of closure. Schools were closed early March last year when the first case of covid-19 was reported in the country. Government announced phased reopening of school in October that saw grade 4, standard eight and form four report back to school on October 12, 2021. The plan to have all learners report to school before 2021 were rendered null and void due to surge in Covid-19 infections in the country. As schools prepare to reopen tomorrow, there has been
Covid-19 Vaccine research is still on and scientists have been trying hard to know its effect on human beings and how it works in the human body. The research is being conducted by those outside Africa and the scientists inside Africa. The latest scientific reports on Covid-19 Vaccine has not been pleasing after revealing what can happen to those who are elderly.
Photo courtesy// President Uhuru Kenyatta Kenyans still have a long way to go before they could think of end of curfews and other Covid-19 restrictions after Kenyan top expert reveals what it takes. According to Dr Willis Akhwale, who is the Chair of COVID-19 Vaccine Taskforce, at least 60 per cent of Kenyans need to be vaccinated before the country could think of lifting the Covid-19 restrictions.
3 Facts You did not Know About Covid-19 Vaccine (Be aware). We all have a certain idea when it comes to getting vaccinated for covid-19 right? And the idea is either pushing us to get vaccinated or making us fear taking the vaccine. One of the reasons as to why most of the people haven't registered to receive the vaccine is because they are afraid of probable side effects that may come after months of years later.
The much awaited Covid-19 Vaccine arrived in Kenya mid this week and was received with mixed reactions by Kenyans.However, the majority of people were quite receptive of the vaccine and were hoping it will help the fight against the pandemic.
Tanzanian president John Pombe Magufuli has been very adamant in the way he has been handling issues of Covid 19. At the beginning of the pandemic early last year he was quick to rubbish off the claims citing it as a common flu which could be easily dealt with. He refused to put in place measures to curb the spread and opened schools, churches and all places of public gathering. He urged his residents to continue living their lifestyle as others turned to God. But fast the line it seems the virus has now caught
Final results are out for the Covid 19 Vaccine developed by US drug maker Pfizer and German BionTech-a 95% success rate. They will now submit a request for emergency use within days and also seek approval to share their results with other regulatory bodies across the world. Approximately 50 million doses will be produced this year and 1.3 Billion by end of next year.Only frontline health care workers and select individuals can therefore get the vaccine this year.The trial involved around 44,000 volunteers across
Many doses of Covid-19 Vaccine have been distributed to many nations all over the world and now it's the turn of the Citizens to get Vaccinated. Some of the people have myths that the vaccine has some side effects depending on an individual and some are even dying,this has made many citizens of different countries to fear getting Vaccinated.
Weeks after splashing 4.2 billion for MCAs to vote BBI, Kenya is begging 5 billion to finance Covid-19 Vaccine.This comes after the Treasury requested for 5 billion from IMF to finance the vaccination of COVID-19.
Photo above; Russian Covid-19 Vaccine Russian researchers have distributed the primary report on their Covid antibody, saying early tests gave indications of an invulnerable reaction. The report distributed by clinical diary The Lancet said each member created antibodies to battle the infection and had no genuine reactions. Russia authorized the immunization for neighborhood use in August, the principal nation to do as such and before information had been distributed. Specialists state the preliminaries were
The United States of America is the hardest hit country by Covid-19 pandemic and there is an urgent need for a vaccine to suppress infections. Countries like Canada and the UK have already approved the rollout of Pfizer vaccine which is 95% effective. Health care workers, the elderly and people with underlying health conditions are among groups being prioritised in first phase of enrollment of any COVID-19 vaccine. # Getty images. The World Health Organization (WHO) said the results were very positive but
Bats just like some animals have exceptional immunity that protects them from diseases and viruses. Bats are known to carry coronavirus for long without showing a single sign of the infection. Researchers believe that, if human could mimic response of Bats towards the virus, then human could tolerate the disease and this could be one step to finding the cure to the disease. COVID-19 is thought to have risen from bats and passed to humans through its meat. These Bats don't get rid of Coronavirus, but in cases
When first case of coronavirus was reported in the country, president Uhuru Kenyatta moved with spread to introduce stringent measures to curb spread of deadly virus.