Omicron is here; go get a jab

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A nurse administers Covid-19 vaccine to a member of the public at Kencom Bus terminal on December 23, 2021.

Photo credit: Jeff Angote | Nation Media Group

What you need to know:

  • It would be a fair guess that one in three Kenyans, especially in urban areas, have already been infected.
  • However, deny it or not, the fact is that Omicron is as rampant in Kenya as it is in other parts of the world.

You wake up in the wee hours of the night breathing with difficulties, you feel uncommonly tired and listless, your muscles ache, your throat goes all scratchy, and then when you try to drink something you cannot smell or taste it.


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