The government of president Uhuru Kenyatta has advertised the position of Director General for health despite Amoth having served in the position for a period of more than three years in acting capacity. The advertisement of the position means he will have to apply for the position afresh. Here is a link: https://nation.africa/kenya/news/govt-advertises-dr-patrick-amoth-s-position-despite-acting-for-three-years-3848828
The government, on Friday, December 17, impounded a ship ferrying radioactive material at the port of Mombasa. Officials at the port stated that the ship arrived at the Kenyan coast, four days earlier, on December 13, 2021. A statement by the Ministry of Health indicated that it contained highly explosive material classified as dangerous for public exposure, was detected by radiation monitors installed at the port.
The political muscles continue ravaging the country and Kenyans are eagerly waiting to see what will happen in 2022 general elections. Majority of Kenyans are eagerly waiting to see what will happen in 2022 general elections. Azimio La Umoja Team have been making tough moves ahead of polls.
Hon Sabina Chege has become one of the most resourceful politicians from the vote rich Mt Kenya Region for the Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Movement ahead of the fourth coming general elections to be held in August this year. She is the current serving Murang'a County Woman Representative having been elected during the hotly contested 2017 general elections through the ruling Jubilee Coalition party of Kenya ticket.
The Acting Director General For Health, Dr Patrick Amoth has expressed his disappointment after it was revealed that a good number of COVID-19 patients are yet to be vaccinated. While addressing the media concerning the state of COVID-19 in the country, he admitted that the uptake of vaccines is very law and therefore, Kenyans have to embrace the exercise for their own safety.
Lesson For Unvaccinated Kenyans: MOH Says That 67% of COVID-19 Patients In ICU Haven't Received Jabs
According to the Ministry of Health, the majority of COVID-19 patients hospitalized in hospitals in severe condition are unvaccinated, emphasizing the need for Kenyans to support vaccination campaigns. During a news conference on Wednesday, Acting Director General for Health Dr. Patrick Amoth stated that nearly 67 percent of people in Intensive Care Units (ICUs) have not received the vaccine.
Today Friday 25th November, government has issued new directive measures for Travellers. This is following the emergency of the new COVID-19 variant which have been detected by the experts. In statement noted today, the acting director General for health Patrick Amoth,has revealed that all the Travellers from south African countries must undergo repeated testing and being in quarantine for quite sometime.
Days after President Uhuru Kenyatta launched the first shipyard in East Africa a ship has been detained in the docks of Mombasa for ferrying explosive nuclear materials,according to the Ministry of Health they flagged the container in the ship after it emerged that contents they were carrying were harmful to human being,speaking on behalf of the Ministry Patrick Amoth said that they are going to make further investigations to determine at what extent are they harmful,he added that before they flagged the shipment a consignment of the same had left to Tanzania.
The health ministry Dr Patrick Amoth has ones again slammed all passengers traveling from south Africa to be taken under quarantine for a stipulated period before freely engaging in their coveted activities in the country. The Dr Amoth further urged all the government stakeholders in the country to ensure all the health facilities are on good condition in preparation for the new B.1.1.529 COVID 19 variant.
The government has announced an outbreak of yellow fever in the country, saying 15 people have already died from the disease. The Director of Medical Services, Patrick Amoth yesterday said the deaths were recorded in Wajir, Garissa, Marsabit, Meru, Samburu, Baringo, Elgeyo Marakwet, West Pokot, Tana River, Mandera and Turkana counties.
Kenyans are in for good news after high court judge Anthony Mrima stopped the government's 21st December vaccination deadline. This was to allow the petition presented by citizens to be heard and determined by the courts. The government earlier on stated that individuals will be required to produce proof of vaccination before accessing it's services.
The government has advertised the position of Patrick Amoth as the director General in the ministry of he health despite him acting in the position for a period of three years. This just means that he has been abandoned and his chances of being confirmed are dimming. Here is a link: https://nation.africa/kenya/news/govt-advertises-dr-patrick-amoth-s-position-despite-acting-for-three-years-3848828
The Ministry of Health has said that a greater part of COVID-19 patients conceded to emergency clinic in basic condition are unvaccinated, featuring the requirement for Kenyans to accept calls to take the hit. Acting Director General for Health Dr. Patrick Amoth, talking during a presser on Wednesday, said almost 67% of those in the Intensive Care Units (ICUs) have not taken the immunization.
According to the Nation Media Group Graphic Designer Gabriel Oguda the former Nyeri County Senator and the incumbent Cabinet Secretary Ministry of Health Hon Mutahi Kagwe will appear before the National Assembly to answer questions regarding the role of Dr Patrick Amoth who has been serving Afya House as the Director General for Health since 1906.
Ministry of Health's Director General Dr Patrick Amoth has sadly delivered new details concerning the newly reported Corona virus disease variant. Photo of the Ministry of Health's Director General Dr Patrick Amoth while addressing the media during a daily briefing on Covid-19. Image/File. Dr Patrick Amoth has stated that the preliminary evidence about the new Covid-19 variant suggests that the variant has high transmission ability rate compared to other Covid-19 variants.
Rheumatic heart disease is a major problem in Kenya with more than 4000 children born with the condition annually. But less than 1000 of the sufferers get correctional surgery before the age of 26 years, said health director General Patrick Amoth. Numbers could be higher due to unreported cases while others have been misdiagonised in rural health facilities.
The Kenyan Government has declared an outbreak of a communicable disease in Isiolo county. Acting health director Dr Patrick Amoth who announced the news said the government will deploy a rapid response team to contain it. (Photo| courtesy of screenshot) Yellow fever is an acute haemorrhagic disease transmitted through infected mosquitos.
All visitors arriving in Kenya from December 21 will be required to show physical proof of vaccination against Covid-19. The Health Ministry now says it will remain vigilant in a bid to tame the new Omicron variant, that has taken the world by storm. “We wish to clarify that we remain vigilant at all our Points of Entry (POE) to ensure we do not import the new variant into the country,” a statement from the Ministry read.
The government seized a cargo ship carrying radioactive material at the port of Mombasa on Friday, December 17. The ship docked four days earlier, on December 13, 2021, at the Kenyan coast, according to port officials. Radiation detectors stationed at the port discovered highly explosive substance categorized as harmful for public exposure, according to a statement from the Ministry of Health.
Today Acting director ministry of health Dr. Patrick Amoth has announced an outbreak of yellow fever. While addressing the nation, the acting director warned Kenyans to be on high alert especially people from North Eastern counties of the viral fever. He said that the government has put in place measures to tackle the fever.