COVID-19 virus has hit the world heavily both economically and stretched health facilities beyond limits.The Ministry of health has tried it's best to try and contain the virus and even sourced vaccines to protect the people against it.However, Health CS Mutahi Kagwe has cautioned Kenyans that the second dose of AstraZeneca unlikely due to shortages in supply of the jab.
The rate of new Covid-19 infections has gone up since the third wave reported in the country.Last month president Uhuru Kenyatta issued a directive for five counties to be locked.This was to help curb the spread of the virus in the five counties.Today the the country has recorded 965 new covid infections with 21 more people succumbing to the virus.
7311 new tests have been conducted within the last twenty four hours.According to the Ministry of Health, 965 individuals from these samples turned out positive for Corona Virus disease.The Ministry has said that the country is currently having a case load of 153488 while as the cumulative number of samples tested in the country so far is over 1.6 million.
Last month, India, which has been contracted to supply Covid-19 vaccines announced that they have stopped the contract this further notice.They claimed that Covid-19 cases had risen in their country and it was time for save their country first,promising to supply them in May this year.The main vaccine that was being used by Kenya is Astra-Zeneca vaccine.
Today 965 people have tested positive to the disease.These are from a sample size of 7,311 in the last 24 hours.Our positivity rate is at 13.2%.From the cases 907 are Kenyans while 58 are foreigners.560 are males while 405 are females.
Eldoret Humanright Activist Clash With SupportersOf Kesses MP Aspirant Over Alleged Frequent Insults
As 2022 politic is approaching many political camps are planning how to fill their candidates.However many aspirants too are planning on how they can win various parliamentary seats.Kesses constituency in Uasin-Gishu county is one of the hottly contested seat with many aspirants declaring their interests to vie for Kesses seat.
The pace of new Coronavirus contaminations has gone up since the third wave revealed in the country.A month ago president Uhuru Kenyatta gave a mandate for five provinces to be bolted.This was to help check the spread of the infection in the five districts.Today the nation has recorded 965 new Coronavirus diseases with 21 additional individuals capitulating to the infection.
21 new casualties have been confirmed within the last twenty four hours.The Ministry has so far reported a total death toll of 2540.1441 recoveries have been confirmed within the last twenty four hours.The Ministry of Health has tested 7311 new samples in the past one day from which 965 tested positive for covid-19.
Sad News to Kenyans As this Message is Revealed to Following Counties Ahead Of President Uhuru Address
It's anything but a mystery any longer that the nation is encountering a genuine third rush of the Coronavirus pandemic, this has been notwithstanding the severe regulation estimates the public authority has set up.President Uhuru had during his last location half a month prior gave more measures to contain the further spread of this pandemic.
A section of opinion leaders in Uasin Gishu has defended Governor Jackson Mandago following his demand that the process of creating new administrative units in the county be stopped and all leaders and locals involved.Led by Kapsaos MCA aspirant Gilbert Nasiali, the opinion leaders say when it comes to matters boundaries, public participation is a must.
Some locals in Uasin Gishu county today told Governor Jackson Mandago that they were now fed up in their request to have a constituency within eldoret town being rejected every time.They noted that it was not right at all.They proceeded to add that counties like Nyeri and Kisumu had a town constituency that was detrimental in addressing the issues that were affecting town dwellers.
Kenya is currently experiencing the third wave of the novel coronavirus pandemic that has gradually proved to be invincible.This happens as efforts put in by the government have always went in vain as the virus continues to loot deep into the society.As happens, we can definitely recall the president locking some counties as cessation of movement in and out was restricted.
Uasin Gishu speaker David Kiplagat has sent a message of condolences to the family and friends of Ben Menjo The deceased is the brother of Kenya Farmers Association (KFA) directors Kipkorir Menjo who is strong defender of farmers rights in Uasin Gishu.Speaking to the press after visiting the family of the deceased at their rural home Ziwa-Saramek Village described the deceased as a hardworking and down-to-earth individual.
President Uhuru Kenyatta issued executive order on March 26 restricting movement in and out of the 5 diseased counties that includes Nairobi,Kiambu, Kajiado,Nakuru and Machakos.The country has been recording reduced number of Covid 19 infection cases for the past 1 week with the yesterday's number of Covid 19 infections only totalling to 241 cases.
With kenyans waiting patiently for the next phase of BBI several reactions have been exhibited over the next fate BBI implementation.Uasin-Gishu county assembly speaker has term the BBI document as unnecessary at the moment .Speaking in one of the local Radio station David Kiplagat said many kenyans are facing tough economic challenges and the government should have been have prioritise measures on how to help kenyans passing through economic challenges.
Uasin Gishu Governor Jackson Mandago has lit up social media platforms with a video of him break dancing to an urban song.The video shared by a social media user identified as Adede Adede shows the county boss dressed in leisure wear while dancing with a female fan during what seemed to be an event.
Cabinet Secretary Mutahi Kagwe reported 18 more deaths, but said that only two of them had occurred over the past 24 hours.HEALTH CS Mutahi Kagwe says 721,509 people have been vaccinated countrywide, among them 143,050 health workers and 109,593 teachers.In terms of County distribution; Nairobi 201, Kericho 43, Nakuru 37.
As The Minister Of Health continues inserting lots of efforts in testing , treating and Covid-19 vaccine administration, positive outcomes of their efforts are also witnessed.(Photo credit Google) According to today's Ministry Of Health dispatch, a number of Counties have reportedly inoculated large numbers of Kenyans including the following; (Photo credit Google) Nairobi County~229,385, Nakuru County~43,590, Uasin Gishu County~36,576, Kiambu County~35,711, Nyeri County~25,977, Kakamega County~18,367, Muranga County~18,211, Kajiado County~18,076.
The third wave of covid-19 in the country has been surging in the recent months.So far, according to the daily data from the Ministry of Health headed by Mutahi Kagwe more than 150,000 Kenyans have been confirmed infected with the virus.The increase again led to President Uhuru Kenyatta imposing lockdown restrictions in five counties of Machakos, Nairobi, Nakuru, Kiambu and Kajiado almost a month ago.
President Uhuru Kenyatta has ordered a halt to the movement in 5 regions where there has been an increase in Covid-19 infections.These areas were called One Red Zoned and includes Nairobi, Kajiado, Nakuru, Machakos and Kiambu.According to Nation Africa, the third wave of the virus has spread to other regions that were not closed despite good news from the Department of Health from five other regions.