•Additionally, there are 3,601 isolation beds connected to oxygen across the 47 Counties.
•The chairman said in 41 Counties, a total of 395, 096 doses have been received out of which 341, 520 doses have been administered.
The Council of Governors has said the counties have 6,159 isolation slots, 259 ICU and 104 HDU beds.
In a statement on Wednesday, Health Committee chairman Anyang' Nyong'o said they have freed the spaces including having 42 oxygen plants which are now functional.
Cumulatively in 47 Counties, there are 58 oxygen plants out of which the 42 are functional.
Nyong'o said a total of 2,828 oxygen cylinders and 730 concentrators are available.
The government moved with speed to put in place measures to ensure steady supply of oxygen in hospitals amid fears of low supplies and increasing demand.
According to the Health Ministry, the total production and requirement for the industry was about 410 tonnes as per last year.
But with the rising cases of critical care patients in need of oxygen in the country, that has quickly gone up to about 560 tonnes in January and the country is now heading for demand of double the last year figure at 880 tonnes.
Nyong'o further said that additionally, there are 3,601 isolation beds connected to oxygen across the 47 Counties.
The chairman said in 41 Counties, a total of 395, 096 doses have been received out of which 341, 520 doses have been administered as follows:-
Healthcare workers – 70,883, Security – 120,975, Teachers – 33,759 and the Others – 115,903.
On renewal of contracts of Healthcare workers, Nyong'o said the Ministry of Health has granted authority for renewal of contracts of all the Healthcare workers who were engaged in the management of Covid-19 across the 47 Counties.
There contracts have been renewed for another six months commencing April to September, 2021.
Further, the Ministry is working closely with County Governments to ensure that healthcare workers who terminated their contracts are replaced immediately to ensure that service delivery is not affected.
The two levels of Government are in discussion to see if the contracts of the health workers still in service can be extended for one year.