Thousands of Kenyans have skipped their second Covid-19 doses

The Kenyan government is tracking at least 90,000 people in the country who have skipped their second Covid-19 doses. The health ministry is requesting them to show up for the jabs and has said it is trailing them through its Covid-19 vaccination platform.

“Our appeal is for you to come out, go to the nearest vaccination center, and get vaccinated,” said Patrick Amoth, an acting director-general at the health ministry.

Kenya has authorized the use of five vaccines—AstraZeneca/Covishield, Pfizer, Moderna, Sinopharm, and Johnson & Johnson for Covid-19 inoculation—with the first four requiring two doses each.

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