The Nairobi metropolitan services has issued a directive to all its health workers to not serve people who are unvaccinated. this directive echo’s a previous directive that was issued by the ministry of health in December last year. the previous directive from the ministry of health had been quashed and suspended by the high court until the case is heard.
The Nairobi Metropolitan services through its director for health Dr Ouma Oluga, all unvaccinated individuals will be barred from accessing government offices, parks, halls, public events, hotels, bars and other amenities.
The health director instructed all medical and public health officers to work with multi agency teams in their ares of jurisdiction to enforce this directives.
It is still unclear why some Kenyans are not going for the covid 19 jab. the jab is being offered for free in most public and private hospitals making the vaccines available for all people in the country.
This directive has also touched people who have only received one dose of the vaccine. At a time when covid 19 cases are on the rise in the country mainly due to the omicron variant that spreads easily than other variants. the government has been encouraging Kenyans to get Vaccinated in order to help curb the effects of the virus.
The pandemic has ravaged through the country for the past two years now and the economy took a very great hit.
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All Kenyans should be vaccinated with the government having targeted to have vaccinated at least 10 million people by the end of 2021. Booster shot will also be issued to people who have been vaccinated for more than 6 months in order to boost their immunity against the covid 19 virus.
Kenyans should be open to getting vaccinated so that we can bring back our country to normalcy. https://www.iconnews.co.ke urges are people to get Vaccinated.