The Covid-19 pandemic has greatly affected every citizen in this nation. Many sectors of economy have backslided as the government strive to deal with the pandemic.
Many deaths have been reported as a result of Covid-19. The infection of the virus is spreading very faster within counties. Kiambu is among the counties that keep recording an increase in number of positive cases.
Today on NTV Kenya, the county government of Kiambu has raised an alarm among the residents and Kenya as a whole.
Governor James Nyoro has reported that the county is recording high increase in covid-19 cases. The number keeps increasing alarmingly within the county.
For example in Tugoni hospital, the Covid-19 positive cases has rose from 9 cases to 103 cases in one week.
He also said that Kiambu county has recorded 1200 positive cases for covid-19 since the beginning of the pandemic.
For now, 3 patients for covid-19 are in the ICU in Tigoni hospital.
The governor also said that the increase in covid-19 cases has been as a result of political rallies. This involve the Kiambaa by elections and the Muguga elections.
The offivials are now urging the Kiambu residents to adhere to protocols, to contain possible outbreak in the surrounding communities.
The governor said that a meeting will be held in Kiambu in the course of the week, to find possible more measures to prevent spread of Covid-19.
Opinion. One of the measures that may be applied include the cessation of movement within the county. This will help to prevent further spreading of Covid-19.
Also, a total lockdown may be imposed in the county to help reduce the spread of Covid-19.
Stay tuned for more updates.
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