Covid-19: Kenya Moves to Bar Unvaccinated from Basic Services

The authorities in Kenya have announced that from the 21st of December everyone who is not vaccinated will be barred from using public transport and accessing government buildings.

The Health Minister, Mutahi Kagwe made this announcement to enable an increase in the rate of vaccination in the country

Vaccination rates in Kenya are currently less than 10% of the population.

Official data suggests that the country has administered 6.4 million jabs out of a total of 10.7 million doses it has received.

Infection rates however remain relatively low. An average of 59 infections is reported every day.

The government has set a target of vaccinating 10 million people by the end of December. This however represents only 20% of the population.

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