The third wave of covid_19 continues to cause death to many people across the country raising the infection high in the country.Many hospital admissions and death figures continues to raise at high rate compare to last year outbreak.Yesterday people of Kericho county was thrown to mourning after deputy governor Susan Kikwai died to the disease.Deputy governor who died after five days hospitalisation was among the victims of the deadly virus of third wave including a doctor who worked at the Mbagathe Hospital doctor Kenneth Mutuma.
Meru governor Kiraithe Murungi and ODM leader Rails Odinga are in isolation after contracting the virus.Many people across the country are hospitalized in Intensive Care Units and other thousands of people are under home based care as healthcare workers continues to prepare for second wave crisis.Kericho governor Prof Paul Chepkwony cautioned Kenyans yesterday against lowering the guards in the face of the lethal wave of virus.
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