Kenyans will have to pay between Sh. 327 to 2725 for Covid-19 if the Ministry of Health approves the best vaccine to use.
The global roll-out of vaccines is in advanced stages and is now awaiting approvals from respective government authorities.
On November 23, Astra Zeneca, a UK-based firm, stated that it would sell its vaccine to developing countries at $3 that will cost sh. 327.
The ChAdOx1 nCoV-19 vaccine is already on trial in Kilifi County, spearheaded by the Kenya Medical Research Institute (KEMRI).
Reports say that its effectiveness stands at over 70%, and no details got availed on its cost structure.
Forty frontline healthcare workers from Kilifi got injected with the vaccine that 360 adult volunteers got targeted for the second phase in Mombasa County.
Health CS Mutahi Kagwe stated that he had not yet approved any vaccine adoption.