The COVID-19 continues to be a big challenge to kenyans right now as it clearly emerge that the country is battling its third wave of the disease. The wave appears to be more deadlier than the first and second one as its effects continue to be felt across the board.
The kenyan parliament has not been spared from this killer disease however, as a report by The Standard indicates that many kenyan members of parliament are currently battling COVID-19 in various hospitals across the country even though they have kept their ailments a top notch secret.
What is even worse is the fact that a number of MPs are reportedly in intensive care units (ICUs) of the various hospitals where they continue to receive treatment.
As this happen, the same-publication reports of a deeply worrying situation as it is reported that a number of members of parliament have been carelessly attending parliament sessions and even various committees, even after knowing they are positive for COVID-19!
"...a number of MPs who contracted the virus or were identified as primary contacts continued to attend house proceedings as well as committees without disclosing the same to the speakers or clerks," the worrying report reads.
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