Covid-19 have killed millions of people around the world. The virus normally attack the lungs and reduce amount of oxygen in the body.
Some signs and symptoms include, high fever, sneezing and difficulty breathing.
People are encouraged by the ministry of health to follow all guidelines and measures to curb the spreading of covid-19.
Accordingly from the source, Kisumu county hit hard by covid-19 infections. It has been revealed that the county has made the first referral of covid-19 patients to other counties. These sad news emerge after the Indian variant was reported in the same county. Furthermore, the county is recording high covid-19 positive cases and ICU beds are full.
Things may become more worse if new guidelines and measures will not introduced by the President Uhuru Kenyatta to reduce infections in the county.
Let us hope that our president will introduce new directives in Kisumu to reduce the covid-19 cases.
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