Permanent Secretary for Health urges Kenyans to take the second vaccine. Susan Mochache insists that Kenyans should consider taking the second dosage for the COVID-19 vaccine at a faster rate.
The Permanent Secretary also urges all health centers across the nation to start administering the vaccine to netizens. According to her, since the vaccine has arrived, quick administering of the jab needs to kick off.
The Health permanent Secretary addressed the nation while at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport as they received the vaccine. The Danish Government provided the package of about three hundred and sixty thousand vaccine dosages to Kenya.
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“As we administer the second vaccine our main priority goes to all those who took the first covid-19 dosage. Secondly, we also prioritize the most targeted group of people across the nation.
As from tomorrow, the 23rd of June 2021, we really urge people to go for the second vaccine dose,” said Health Permanent Secretary.
Health Permanent Secretary Receives Vaccine At JKIA
According to the Permanent Secretary, Kenyans would have suffered a lot. Apparently, in stock, the country had only five thousand coronavirus vaccines.
She adds that the second dosage is of great importance as it has saved Kenyans from the lack of vaccine disaster. This occurs despite the fact that the vaccine is not in plenty.
She also assures Kenyans of the vaccine’s safety till the end of July. This occurs due to the dosage having only a month’s lifespan duration.
Additionally, she urges Kenyans to stop seeing the pandemic as a day-to-day activity. According to her, most people act normally assuming that the affection rate ain’t high.
“The disease exists among us. The worst is that people already let their guard down. The disease continues killing many and leaving others in sickness. Let us continue following the COVID-19 protocols to the latter.”
During the receiving of the doses, those present include Foreign Affairs Cabinet Secretary Ababu Namwamba, the chair for the vaccine deployment task force, Dr. Willis Akhwale. Additionally, Dr. Patrick Amoth also joined the second dosage receiving team.