VACCINATION EXERCISE

(PHOTOS) More Kenyans line up for vaccination at All Saints Cathedral

The Church has been on the forefront in spreading the message on the Covid-19 vaccination.

In Summary

• Kenya’s portfolio of Covid-19 vaccines has continued to widen after a batch of 880,460 Moderna vaccines arrived in the country on Monday.

• By August 21, the government had received a total of 2,730,100 doses of AstraZeneca vaccines, and with the arrival of Moderna, the vaccine numbers moved to 3,610,560.

A good turnout has been recorded at the All Saints Cathedral church on Monday, with close to 2500 adults being vaccinated through the program in partnership with NMS./WILFRED NYANGARESI
A good turnout has been recorded at the All Saints Cathedral church on Monday, with close to 2500 adults being vaccinated through the program in partnership with NMS./WILFRED NYANGARESI

The number of Kenyans getting vaccinated has increased as the information about its significance has been well spread.

Every institution is taking the matter with the urgency it deserves, with many spreading the message on the importance of getting vaccinated.

The Church has been on the forefront in spreading this message and on Monday a huge number of the public visited the All Saints Cathedral church, which started a two-day vaccination exercise.

A good turnout has been recorded at the All Saints Cathedral church on Monday, with close to 2500 adults being vaccinated through the program in partnership with NMS./WILFRED NYANGARESI
A good turnout has been recorded at the All Saints Cathedral church on Monday, with close to 2500 adults being vaccinated through the program in partnership with NMS./WILFRED NYANGARESI

On Monday, a good number of Kenyans visited the church to get vaccinated, a vaccination program that the church has in partnership with the Nairobi Metropolitan Service.

NMS healthcare worker Hassan stated that a good turnout has been recorded, with close to 2500 adults will be vaccinated through the program.

A good turnout has been recorded at the All Saints Cathedral church on Monday, with close to 2500 adults being vaccinated through the program in partnership with NMS./WILFRED NYANGARESI
A good turnout has been recorded at the All Saints Cathedral church on Monday, with close to 2500 adults being vaccinated through the program in partnership with NMS./WILFRED NYANGARESI

Kenya’s portfolio of Covid-19 vaccines has continued to widen after a batch of 880,460 Moderna vaccines arrived in the country on Monday.

The vaccines which form the first batch of the two shipments expected to total 1.76 million doses from the US government arrived at JKIA at 6.15 am.

A good turnout has been recorded at the All Saints Cathedral church on Monday, with close to 2500 adults being vaccinated through the program in partnership with NMS./WILFRED NYANGARESI
A good turnout has been recorded at the All Saints Cathedral church on Monday, with close to 2500 adults being vaccinated through the program in partnership with NMS./WILFRED NYANGARESI

This is the first time that Moderna vaccines have been received in Kenya.

The vaccines were donated through the Covax facility and transported by Unicef.

The vaccines were received by officials from the Kenyan Government led by Health PS Susan Mochache and CAS Dr. Mercy Mwangangi.

By August 21, the government had received a total of 2,730,100 doses of AstraZeneca vaccines, and with the arrival of Moderna, the vaccine numbers moved to 3,610,560.