Nairobi and Mombasa Identified as COVID-19 Hotspots

Health Chief Administrative Secretary, Mercy Mwangangi, has attributed the surging rate of infection to high importation of cases into the two counties at the beginning of the pandemic. The ministry of health urged people residing in Nairobi and the coastal city to be more alert and adhere to the guidelines issued by the government.


A Nairobi resident uses improvised materials to protect himself from the novel coronavirus.

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