Kenyans Arrested For Fake COVID-19 Tests, Information

The Directorate of Criminal Investigations has warned Kenyans against sharing false or misleading information in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic following the arrest a man for publishing a viral tweet accusing the government of lying to the public about the first coronavirus case. A clinic in Nairobi has also been raided for claiming to sell coronavirus test kits for about U.S.$30.

A microbiologist performs a manual extraction of the coronavirus.

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