Makueni County Assembly Speaker Douglas Mbilu has warned that MCAs who do not receive their Covid-19 vaccine by the end of the week will not be allowed in the Assembly sittings for next week and they will have to follow them on zoom from home.
Mbilu spoke after receiving the Covid-19 vaccine in Wote where he was accompanied by more than 10 MCAs. According to Mbilu, MCAs as leaders should be at the forefront to champion vaccination.
“By the end of the week, if there is an MCA who will not have received the vaccine, they will have to follow the sittings on zoom from home. If you are a leader you must be at the forefront because this is a government vaccine and you should lead by example.” Mbilu said.
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Speaking to the media Wiper nominated MCA Elizabeth Mutindi who had accompanied the speaker called for the vaccine to be distributed to the grassroots in Makueni so as to reach more and more people.
According to the Department of Health in Makueni, so far they have received 3,000 AstraZeneca doses which have since been exhausted and the county is waiting for additional doses from the National Government.
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