AirlinesKLM Royal Dutch Airlines delivers additional Covid-19 vaccine to Kenya

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines delivers additional Covid-19 vaccine to Kenya

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines delivered an additional 407,000 coronavirus vaccine doses of AstraZeneca to Nairobi Kenya, as the country gears towards vaccinating majority of the population.
The arrival of these vaccines marks the much anticipated beginning of the end of the pandemic for Kenya.

This follows the launch of a mass vaccination campaign launched by the Ministry of Health.

This will ensure that majority of the population is protected and that hospitals and health centres across Kenya will be able to continue providing essential care to people affected by COVID-19.

The Air France- KLM – Martinair Cargo Director Pier Luigi Vigada said:”It is extremely important to support Kenya and its people in the fight against the pandemic. We are very proud to be part of the process.”

During the past quarters of this year, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, Air France and Martinair Cargo have delivered millions of doses of vaccines to more than 30 destinations in South America, Central America, the Caribbean, Asia, Africa, and Europe and previously contributed to the airlift for a flow of approximately 90 million mouth masks, protective clothing and respiratory equipment.

“As the world slowly opens up, we continue to with the take vaccines throughout the world, fully dedicated as always,” he said.

Teresa Awuorhttps://theaviator.co.ug
Teresa is a vibrant ready to go journalist with a bias in human interest stories.
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