unvaccinated Kenyan will no longer be served in the administration

Kenya: unvaccinated citizens will no longer be served in the administration

The government of Kenya has said it intends to introduce a directive next month to prevent citizens who have not been vaccinated against Covid-19 from receiving government services.

Health Minister Mutahi Kagwe said unvaccinated people would be banned from public transport, local airlines and train services.

Kenyans will also require proof of vaccination in order to visit government institutions for education, immigration, tax and other services, BBC News reports.

The measure will come into force on 21 December.

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The East African country has recorded a total of 255,000 cases so far, including 5,328 deaths.

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