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Experts attribute the decline to low numbers of symptomatic patients, adoption of home-based care and medics’ strikes
Whereas other vaccines are also on trial across the globe, researchers say this one will be easier to administer.
The introduction of the technology comes at the time the Ministry of Health has documented 1,167,409 cumulative tests.
Covid-19 infections and deaths are likely to peak in mid-March due to the reopening of schools, researchers have warned.
The ongoing strike by clinical officers and nurses has worsened capacity issues at the Moi Teaching and Referral Hospital (MTRH).
To hasten the infant’s healing, Lucy maintained high standards of hygiene and continued breastfeeding.

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