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Rev Natasha urges Kenyans to get vaccinated

Rev Lucy Natasha gets vaccine. Known as a leader who leads from the front, Rev Natasha together with her ECC Pastoral team took time in getting the AstraZeneca Vaccine in adherence Government’s advice for clergy to receive this medical intervention since they are frontline workers who are involved in public service.

With her team, they were well received by the staff and management of RFH Health Care Hospital, a specialist medical center located in Ruai, Nairobi with a bias in providing family state of the art Healthcare facilities. While at the Hospital, she was given a brief overview of the different health facilities and spoke a word of prayer over the staff, management and patients.

Rev Natasha led her team in taking the jab and it was a moment filled with both anxiety and calmness. The medical staff prepared well the team and the injection experience flowed smoothly. The COVID 19 pandemic has greatly affected the normal lifestyles of people and its a battle that’s been fought from all angles.

As a leader, Rev Natasha continues to inspire many with her engagement with government, medical organizations and other collaborators to ensure we overcome this pandemic. Religious leaders remain key pillars in offering leadership across different communities in curtailing the spread of Covid 19.

At various times, she has honored medical care workers with gifts and supplies through her Natasha Hands of Compassion Team in appreciation of the critical role that doctors, nurses and hospital staff play in treating people especially during this tough season.

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