ODM director of communications has revealed shocking details about the new wave of corona virus according to his conversation with an official from the ministry of health.
In a post on his Facebook account Etale says that from a conversation he had with a lady official from the ministry of health who was checking on him, she told him that the new wave of covid 19 is very different from the second one and can transmit through by inhaling.
He further urges Kenyans to avoid making jokes about the virus as it is real and they should ensure they wear masks all the time to be safe.
Etale, who is a close ally of the former prime minister Raila Odinga was diagnosed with the virus shortly after his boss tested positive for the same virus.He is currently under isolation observing the guidelines given by the ministry of health.
Raila on the other side was discharged from Nairobi Hospital 3 days after testing positive which elicited uproar on the internet.
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