Covid 19 pandemic is back to its Lethal ways. The country is recording 98 dead in a week and 7,674 new infections. The hospital admission has also raised to unmanageable number.The number of deaths has doubled. The country is loosing prominent leaders, people are loosing their beloved ones due to Covid 19 pandemic example the late deputy governor of Kericho who was succumbed to death yesterday at 10:00am.
The Kenyan citizens should take the precautions. The measures that have been there before should be observed strictly. The social distance should be observed, wearing of masks should be observed, washing hands regularly should observed and avoiding overcrowding.There is no space in hospitals especially the ICU beds are full ,the ministry of health should come out and offer a solution over this because things are worsening.On #DayBreak this Monday: The COVID-19 pandemic is back to its lethal ways; 98 dead in a week, 7,674 new infections as hospital admissions rise. We return to the basics on ways & means to breaking the chain. W/ @SamGituku
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