Photo: Health CS Mutahi Kagwe during the past covid-19 briefing
Covid-19 pandemic has been a major threat as cases seems to escalate. Since the storm of coronavirus pandemic in the country, many individuals have been contradicted others succumbing as the deadly virus hits from one individual to another.
The government in coordination with ministry of health and world health Organization (WHO) has been operating in a bid curtailing further spread of the virus through imposition of coronavirus protocols and preventive measures.
As reports outlines, lockdown seems to loom in Nairobi following the worrying news disclosed by the ministry of health on covid-19 trend in Nairobi. Its reportedly on the fear of covid-19 spike in Nairobi and its environment as experts have warned 30 percent positive rate if testing is done in Nairobi.
In yesterday’s covid-19 data analysis, Nairobi only records 334 positive cases Kilifi 84 and Nakuru 21. The experts have warned the ongoing spike in covid-19 virus accusing the ongoing political activities in the country triggering the escalation of the cases.
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