Covid-19 epidemic has affected millions of people around the world. Furthermore, many sectors like education, health and businesses have been hit hard by this pandemic. Also many schools around the world have been closed due to Covid-19 infections. Many students are at high risk of contracting this strange virus in different schools around the world.
According to the source, one school from Garissa county was closed after some few students tested positive. It has been reported that the students from NEP Girls Secondary school were sent home after 5 students tested positive for Covid-19 infections. This happens after the schools in the country resumed learning some few weeks ago.
Furthermore, our country is still recording high positive cases in different counties and many hospitals are receiving Covid-19 patients from different parts.
These are bad news to all Kenyans because the situation in the country is turning worse everyday. Remember to sanitize and follow all guidelines from the ministry of health.
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