The government of kenya has joined a list of countries that has banned it's flights to India. India has reported the highest number of infection rate and fatalities. The ban is effective from Saturday night.
Health cabinet secretary who was speaking at mwatate, taita taveta county stated that the ban could help in controlling the spread of the virus. He further stated that all passengers arriving in the country will have to go a mandatory quarantine.
The second wave of covid-19 infection has seen India record at least 300,000 cases and 2000 deaths daily in the past days. On Wednesday the country recorded 360,960 covid cases and 3293 fatalities. The country's death toll now stands at 201,187.
Coming back to kenya,the country recorded an infection rate of 9.4%.Today the country recored 23 deaths, 184 new cases. The country might be heading the right way as it aims to reduce the infection rate to the recommended 5% infection rate.
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