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All Schools Should Close Down Untill Further Notice In Preparation TO Fight Covid -19 [Opinion]

Kenya will face another Covid-19 spike next month, in July 2021, as experts have predicted. According to experts and health authorities, the predicted rise in coronavirus in July would be due to mutations. According to Patrick Amoth, acting director-general of the Health Ministry, after the first case of Covid-19 was discovered in Kenya in March of last year, the cases have been increasing every three months. According to Dr. Amoth, there was an increase in Covid-19 infections in March, and then the graph began to decline. As a result, the infections are expected to rise again next month.

Experts have issued an alert as a new Indian strain of the virus has been discovered in the region, which is highly contagious and harmful. Other variations in the country have been registered, including the South African variant and the United Kingdom variant.

It's possible that another coronavirus outbreak will occur in July. Virus mutation will be the cause of the new wave.

Experts have also stated that the world could be struck by a pandemic wave as a result of schools reopening.

As is customary once a new pandemic wave emerges, stringent steps are implemented to prevent the virus from spreading further. In March, for example, the president ordered a halt to all travel and a lockout in the five counties with the highest number of infections. Schools and churches were also shut down. Public and political meetings were also prohibited by the president. In addition, bars were locked and curfews were moved back to 8 p.m. in areas under lockdown.

This means that if the Coronavirus infection rate rises as expected by experts next month, the head of state may enforce similar restrictions.

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Amoth Covid-19 Health Ministry Kenya Patrick Amoth


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