Clampdown on Kenya's Covid-19 Corrupt, as New Rules Announced

The names and faces of officials who may have been involved in Covid-19 corruption are being revealed as investigations gather steam. President Uhuru Kenyatta has in the meantime extended the closure of bars and nightclubs from August 26, for a further 30 days. Bar owners in consultation with the Ministry of Health, will develop self-regulating mechanisms as part of their responsibility toward their customers to ensure the resumption of business once the date expires.

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Health Principal Secretary Susan Mochache addressing journalists when she received a donation of Covid-19 kits from the Government of the Republic of Korea at Afya house on June 18.

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