The first batch of the Johnson and Johnson Covid-19 vaccine doses arrived on Friday night

More Kenyans residing in counties with mobile populations are set to be immunized following the arrival on Friday night of the first batch of the Johnson and Johnson Covid-19 vaccine doses. The Ministry of health says it will prioritize distribution of the one shot vaccine to regions where uptake so far has been low. This as the government continues discussions with APSEN, the South Africa based manufacturers of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine for technical collaboration in producing the doses locally .

  

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