As the government continues battling coronavirus pandemic many counties are witnessing the increasing figures of new infections.
Uasin-Gishu county is among the leading counties that have recorded high figures of new infections that has caused scare among the residents following the surging figures.
The residents of Annex (Royalton) in Uasin-gishu county were forced scamper for safety after a resident suspected to covid-19 positive collapse and die.
Annex centre is one of the growing centre in Eldoret town and its famously known as long distance truck drivers pitch camps to take a rest before proceeding with their journey.
However following the outbreak of coronavirus pandemic the centre has been hitting local headlines as the centre has recorded high number of covid-19 victims with some truck drivers falling victims.
Uasin-Gishu is one of the counties experiencing challenges of coronavirus pandemic due to it’s geographical location as the county is situated on transit route that connects Kenya and other East African countries.
However Annex is currently the hot spot region after the health officials pick two people recently suspected to have died from coronavirus .
Initially Turbo region was one of the hot spot region after recording high figures but figures dropped after the county government of Uasin-Gishu step up the fight on the pandemic
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