Families of Covid-19 patients who have been buried by health officials donned in personal protective gear have decried the manner in which their family members have been buried, alleging that the government did not let them have a say in the burials. As the number of Covid-19 deaths continue to rise Kenyans are calling on the government to come up with guidelines that will ensure that the dead are given their last respects.
Health officials in protective clothes bury the body of Anthony Waswa on May 19.
Capital FM, 15 June 2020
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Nation, 15 June 2020
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Capital FM, 14 June 2020
The Ministry of Health has now clarified that people who die from COVID-19 must not be buried at night. Read more »
Nation, 13 June 2020
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