Catholic Doctor Who Said That Corona Vaccination Was Unnecessary Is Dead

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Doctor Stephen Karanja, who was the Chairman of the Kenya Catholic Doctors succumbed to Corona on Thursday 29th April.


He died at the Mater Hospital in Nairobi after battling the disease for few days.

The doctor who had disputed the vaccination death was confirmed by the Catholic Health Commission Jecinta Mutegi.

She told The Daily Nation that, “He had been admitted with COVID-19, there is no official statement from the association as yet but I can confirm that he died on Thursday, April 29,” 

In March 2021, Karanja had said that the Covid-19 vaccination was unnecessary and that the only to prevent corona was by keeping distance, wearing masks and doing mass tests.

“We advise that a COVID-19 vaccine is unnecessary and should not be given. We appeal to all the people of Kenya to avoid taking it,” his statement read.

His statement went against what his fellow catholic leaders and believers who went ahead and distanced themselves from his statement.

A statement from the Chairman of the Catholic Bishops Phillip Anyolo. “It should be noted that those doctors cannot and should not purport to speak in the name of the Catholic Church. We, the Catholic bishops in Kenya, avail our vast network of healthcare facilities to be utilised to ensure the vaccination is rolled out in an objective and well-coordinated manner,”

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