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.
A dramatic scene was witnessed in the Mochache area in Kisii county after the bridegroom kissed his wife to suffocation. According to Lemiso Sato, a blogger who enjoys massive social media following, the congregants in Mochache church were eagerly waiting to witness the two love birds as they exchange vows, in a colorful wedding.
The Public Accounts Committee has learned that the numbers Kenyans have been receiving about deaths related to the coronavirus pandemic may not be the true figures. This is after an admission by Health Principal Secretary Susan Mochache who stated that the ministry was facing challenges in compiling the actual figures of deaths caused by coronavirus.
Health Principal Secretary Dr. Susan Mochache has issued a new directive on the minimum age for vaccination. Dr. Susan Mochache. While receiving a batch of 880,460 doses of Moderna Covid-19 vaccines donated by the United States of America government through the COVAX facility at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport Monday morning Dr. Susan Mochache said, "Vaccination is now open to all Kenyans over the age of 18.
Relief To People Living With HIV/AIDS As The Goverment Seeks Sh.45bn To Cater For Women And Children
The goverment of Kenya through world health organisation has come up with measures which have been able to contain the spread of HIV/AIDS.Accoording to the goverment research that was conducted by the Kenya Medical Research Institute, KEMRI.
Kenyans who have been fully vaccinated for Covid-19 will be able to travel abroad as long as they have a certificate, says the Ministry of Health. The ministry has been advised to reach agreements with other countries to allow Kenyans to travel unhindered. Ms Mochache assured Kenyans that talks are underway at high levels to resolve the issue of travel restrictions.
Ministry of Health Admits that Covid-19 Deaths Statistics in Kenya May be inaccurate Because of This
The government has today on the daily Covid-19 report which is read or released to the published through the press. And today the ministry of health has admitted that its daily statistics on Covid-19 deaths may be inaccurate due to the lack of pathologists in the counties and that some research or finding are not to capacity.
Since the outbreak of Corona virus in country last year, and the subsequent daily government briefings on the same, some people had begun questioning the accuracy of the figures that the government was providing. However, anyone who has tried to cast doubt on the daily Covid-19 updates has been labelled as a Corona sceptic, and dismissed as a Covid denier.
Health ministry Permanent Secretary Susan Mochache has made a claim that the Ministry of Health headquarters at Afya House only remains with between 150 million to 200 million shillings per year after funds are released to other institutions under the ministry. Susan Mochache, PS Ministry of Health Photo/Courtesy Mochache was speaking to Citizen television in an exclusive interview that was aired after the 9 p.m news on 2 January 2021. In this interview, she expressed her experiences during the KEMSA scandal.
Kenya got the main group of the Pfizer immunization dosages with the appearance of 795,600 portions from the United States. Talking at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport while getting the gift from the US government, Health Principal Secretary Susan Mochache, who was addressing Health Cabinet Secretary Mutahi Kagwe said the transfer will go far in speeding up the continuous immunization crusade as Kenya endeavors to inoculate 60% of its populace.
The government has admitted there are unreported deaths of Covid-19 in many villages.The government confessed that vaccines had been stolen.Health CS Mutahi Kagwe and Senior Secretary Susan Mochache revealed the information separately. The Ministry also noted that 96.7 percent of all sequenced coronavirus cases in Kenya are now prevalent as a lethal Delta variant.
On Monday, August 30, Health Principal Secretary Susan Mochache told a parliamentary committee that the government's daily Covid-19 fatality numbers are inaccurate. PS Mochache told the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) that the Ministry of Health was having trouble getting the real number of Covid-19-related deaths.
The Lethal Delta variant is now dominant in Kenya, the ministry of health noted. The variant accounts upto 96.7 per cent of all sequenced coronavirus cases. Several estimates show covid 19 has killed about three million people in India According to the Star, the government admitted that villages have many unreported covid 19 deaths, at same time the government confessed that vaccines and being stolen.
FORMER Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko admitted in hospital with stomach complications ahead of key court rulings today. Officials aware of the developments said Sonko was rushed to hospital from Gigiri police station aboard an ambulance and admitted there. He was admitted and is in a stable condition, an official who saw him said. Sonko who has been in custody for more than a week is facing multiple charges including causing actual bodily harm, robbery with violence and destruction of property. He is also facing
Mike Sonko was normal under the steady gaze of two courts over different charges he is at present confronting The previous Nairobi lead representative became sick and was headed to The Nairobi Hospital in the organization of his legal counselor His legal counselors drove by Khaminwa have been discrediting disappointments, abuse and political obstruction in the matter Previous Nairobi lead representative Mike Sonko has been admitted to a city clinic after he fell debilitated while in police authority. Sources
Mochache was addressing the press at Kisii Teaching and Referral Hospital in Kisii county, whereby covid 19 vaccine was launched.She spoke on Tuesday at Kisii Teaching and Referral Hospital after launching the vaccination of health workers.
Kenya has so far recorded over one hundred thousand positive cases of covid-19.The government had procured 24 million dosage of the virus vaccine to mitigate its spread.
Photo: source/ twitter Since March 2020 when there was an outbreak of Corona virus scientists and researchers have done their research in order to come up with a long lasting solution to this pandemic. Finally they have succeeded in making a vaccine for the virus after a long time of struggle and efforts that will help people fight the virus. The latest update by the Ministry of Health has given Kenyans hope of having the covid 19 vaccine as early as February in the year 2021. Photo: Dr. Mercy Mwangangi Speaking
The ministry of health through its Principal Secretary PS Susan Mochache has revealed that Kenyans should expect the Covid-19 vaccine by February 2021. Speaking in Kisii early today on Thursday, December 3rd, Mochache has confirmed that apart from the ongoing trials, the government is in talks with other countries to find a way forward to make the vaccine available to the masses once they are delivered. Ms Mochache has asked citizens to be patient and calm as KEMRI is still conducting trials on the vaccine in
Top government officials have raised concerns about the lack of large numbers of students in Kisii schools, despite resumption of academic activities across the country. The officers, including the Permanent Secretary for Gender Affairs Professor Collette Suda, the Health PS Susan Mochache and the East African Community Dr. Desai Kevit, have revealed that various stakeholders have launched an operation to hunt down students who have not returned to school. The government officials spoke during a visit to