VACCINATION

(PHOTOS): MoH collaborates with NMS to roll out mass vaccination at Nairobi CBD

The service aims at attracting those who were traveling for the Christmas holiday.

In Summary

• The service which was carried at Kencom and the National Archives targeted those who were traveling for the Christmas holiday.

• On Wednesday during a press address, Health CAS Mercy Mwangangi said that cases of new infections are alarming, calling upon Kenyans to be jabbed.

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

Nairobi Metropolitan Service (NMS) in partnership with the Ministry of Health enrolled mass vaccination exercise in Nairobi's CBD on Thursday.

Long queues are seen at National Archives after the Ministry of Health and that of Transport issued travel restrictions in the effort to control the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Long queues are seen at National Archives after the Ministry of Health and that of Transport issued travel restrictions in the effort to control the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Image: WILFRED NYANGARESI

The service which was carried at Kencom and the National Archives targeted those who were traveling for the Christmas holiday.

A nurse prepares Pfizer vaccine at Kencom Nairobi
A nurse prepares Pfizer vaccine at Kencom Nairobi
Image: WILFRED NYANGARESI

On Wednesday during a press address, Health CAS Mercy Mwangangi said that the cases of new infections are alarming, calling upon Kenyans to be jabbed.

A woman registers her details for vaccination at Kencom stage
A woman registers her details for vaccination at Kencom stage
Image: WILFRED NYANGARESI

The ministry has also issued travel restrictions for unvaccinated people.

Long queues are seen at National Archives after the Ministry of Health and that of Transport issued travel restrictions in the effort to control the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic./
Long queues are seen at National Archives after the Ministry of Health and that of Transport issued travel restrictions in the effort to control the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic./
Image: WILFRED NYANGARESI

The rapid increase of positivity rate in the country has mainly been attributed to the Omicron variant.

A man receives a shot of the Pfizer jab at Nairobi's Archives
A man receives a shot of the Pfizer jab at Nairobi's Archives
Image: WILFRED NYANGARESI

CAS said that vaccination will help curb the spread of Covid-19 variants, as well as reducing the effect of the virus on the patient.

A woman reacts amid receiving the Covid jab
A woman reacts amid receiving the Covid jab
Image: WILFRED NYANGARESI
Long queues are seen at National Archives after the Ministry of Health and that of Transport issued travel restrictions in the effort to control the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic./
Long queues are seen at National Archives after the Ministry of Health and that of Transport issued travel restrictions in the effort to control the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic./
Image: WILFRED NYANGARESI