The Aga Khan University Hospital on Wednesday resumed the government-sponsored COVID-19 vaccination exercise.
The hospital says that it has resume the exercise after receiving more doses of the AstraZeneca vaccine from the Ministry of Health.
The facility has, however, outlined the specific group of Kenyans it is giving the jab to. They include healthcare workers, teachers, security agencies, clergy, and persons over the age of 58 years.
The hospital has further given out the procedure for receving the jab.
- Register at Aga Khan Primary School on 5th Parklands Avenue at 6:00 am. Parking is available at the school.
- Carry your National ID, staff ID or a letter from your employer.
- Sit at the waiting area for your turn to be vaccinated.
As of Tuesday, March 30, 1.12 million doses of the AstraZeneca vaccine had been delivered in the country. A total of 806,000 of those doses have been distributed countrywide.
So far, 130,575 Kenyans had been vaccinated.
Kenya is in her third wave of the global pandemic, with worrying daily infections rising in the recent weeks.
Kenya’s COVID-19 caseload stands at 132,646. 92,290 patients have recovered from the disease. COVID-19 has claimed the lives of 2,147 people in the country.