Lockdown Looms For Kenyans as Covid-19 Cases Surge
Kajiado, Nakuru, Uasin Gishu, Bungoma, Machakos, Taita-Taveta and Busia could be locked down should their infection rates continue to rise, with their leaders preparing for the scenario. Health Cabinet Secretary Mutahi Kagwe has blamed the rise in infections on the the lifting of travel restrictions.
More than 400 healthcare workers have tested positive for the novel coronavirus, while the country is registering the most confirmed cases in East Africa. Read more »
Education Cabinet Secretary Professor George Magoha has said it will not be practical and safe to re-open schools because the peak period for the novel coronavirus infections is ... Read more »
The continued ban on the importation, which was a temporary measure to contain COVID-19, is putting 2 million livelihoods at stake, according to the Mitumba Association of Kenya ... Read more »
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 ... Read more »
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, ... Read more »
Boda boda operators in Malaba. The border town in Busia County has recorded many coronavirus cases in the recent past.