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Bodies Being Burned In Parks, What Kenyans Should Learn From The Crisis In India

Kenyans should look at what is happening in India and work to avert this happening on home soil. Kenya currently has recorded so far 156,000 cases of COVID-19. The numbers has already strained the healthcare system and an addition to this surge might cripple the system completely.

In India for the last three days alone there has been over one million corona cases. That is almost ten times what Kenya has had for a year. The situation has been so bad in India that there are no crematoriums available. According to Sky News, hospitals have been forced to set up open crematoriums outside in parks. What was once used as recreational facilities is being turned to burial grounds. The situation is so dire that the fires are non stop.

India is far much fortunate than Kenya. Their hospitals are better equiped. Actually a lot of Kenyans go to India for specialized treatments. This means that we cannot afford to have the crisis that is currently in India. And it is possible to avoid that. Kenyans should stick to health guidelines and other measures that have been put by Ministry of Health in conjunction with other government ministries and agencies.

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