Inspector-General of Police Hillary Mutyambai receives a Covid-19 jab at Jogoo House, Nairobi. [Edward Kiplimo,Standard]

The Ministry of Health on Wednesday said that Nairobi is the biggest contributor to the increased Covid-19 positivity rate. Over the last nine days, Nairobi has had an increase of a staggering 5,718 cases as the third wave of the pandemic continues to cause alarm in Kenya.

The government rolled out vaccination on March 5, 2021; targeting health workers, security personnel, clergy, teachers and other staff in learning institutions. And now, persons aged 58 years and above have been added to the list of those to receive the vaccines, with data showing that they account for 60 per cent of the deaths recorded so far.

On Thursday, the Nairobi Metropolitan Services (NMS) announced that it had received batches of the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine and had distributed the same to several facilities. NMS asked those eligible to visit the listed facilities with their job cards for identification.

Below is the list of places where you can be vaccinated for Covid-19 in Nairobi.

1. Langata/Kibra

-Mbagathi District Hospital
-The Nairobi South Hospital
-The Nairobi West Hospital
-Nairobi Men Prison and Langata Women Prison

2.  Westlands

-Aga khan Hospital
-MP Shah Hospital
-Avenue Hospital
-Gertrude's Children Hospital, Muthaiga

3. Starehe

-Ngara Health Centre
- Mater Hospital

4. Kasarani

-Dandora 1 Health Centre
-Ruai Family Hospital

5. Kamukunji

-Pumwani Hospital

6. Ruaraka

-Ruaraka Uhai Neema hospital
-GSU Headquarters

7. Embakasi East

- Embakasi Health Centre

8. Embakasi West

-Mama Lucy Hospital

9. Makadara
-Makadara Health Centre
-Metropolitan Hospital
-Jamaa Mission Hospital

10. Dagoretti
- Mutuini Hospital
- Kawangware grounds (Riruta Health centre satellite)
- Coptic Hospital
- Nairobi Hospital
- Nairobi Women's Hospital, Hurlingham
- Nairobi Women's Hospital, Adams Arcade

Interior PS Karanja Kibicho receives a Covid-19 jab. [Edward Kiplimo, Standard]