“We expected to conduct a mop up against the disease but we lack funds for logistics and we are appealing for financial support from humanitarian agencies such as Action Aid, World Vision and Unicef,” he said. Information and Communication minister Samuel Poghisio urged the Government to speed up vaccination to save lives.
The West Pokot immunisation coverage stands at 60 per cent while the national coverage is at 92.
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