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Patrick Vidija

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Patrick Vidija

Patrick Vidija writes for the Standard Health
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The Sh60 billion Moderna plant in Kenya will have the capacity to manufacture 500 million vaccines annually.
By Patrick Vidija Mar. 7, 2022
The delegates drawn from Bank of Uganda Medical Hospital said Kenya remains a leader with well-equipped laboratories for calibration, safety testing.
By Patrick Vidija Mar. 2, 2022
The delegates drawn from Bank of Uganda Medical Hospital said Kenya remains a leader with well-equipped laboratories for calibration, safety testing.
By Patrick Vidija Mar. 2, 2022
Uganda had introduced new Covid-19 protocols requiring drivers to pay Sh3,600 for tests with seven-day validity as opposed to 14 days.
By Patrick Vidija Jan. 11, 2022
The company set to be launched this Saturday will be based in Nairobi, with a singular intention of helping Kenyans get the most out of their lives, from both a health and wealth perspective.
By Patrick Vidija May. 12, 2022
Solar panels will be mounted on the roof of a facility, which will charge a battery unit capable of powering medical equipment in an operating room continually during daylight.
By Patrick Vidija Sep. 24, 2022
This number includes babies who haven’t (and often won’t) receive treatment and teenagers and adults who have lived for years without life-changing care.
By Patrick Vidija Oct. 7, 2022
Speaking to journalists after his speech at the COP27 in Egypt on Tuesday Ruto said the country is at 93 per cent green and his administration aims to push to 100 per cent by 2030.
By Patrick Vidija Nov. 9, 2022
In Narok, the Sh1.7 billion sewerage system stretching for 51kms is now complete and set to benefit at least 100,000 residents and its environs.
By Patrick Vidija Nov. 20, 2022