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Kenyans are confident that the quantities of new COVID-19 cases won't ascend in front of one week from now's official location.Today, 629 additional individuals tried positive of Coronavirus from an example size of 5832 tried in the last 24 hours.The Service of Wellbeing likewise expressed that 721,509 individuals had been immunized against Coronavirus starting today.
According to medical research, it shows that most people who get infected with Coronavirus take about 2 weeks to recover fully.This is based on one's immunity and underlying chronic illness.For those who had a medical illness, studies show that it took a long duration for one to recover fully.
A somber mood engulfed Baringo County as two nurses died after suffering from a short illness.Victoria Chebii, 25, and Ashley Kwamboka, 23 passed on at dawn today while they were receiving personalized treatment in the Intensive Care Unit ward.Colleagues of the two expressed their utter disbelief when they were informed about the sad news of the demise of the two who they said played a pivotal role in the operations of the hospital.
Currently we are experiencing tough times as we are living a new normal. The President has put restrictive measures so as to contain the disease. Following today's figures we are optimistic that schools will open soon. 1,027 people have tested positive to the disease,from a sample size of 7,184 in the last 24 hours. Our positivity rate is at 14.3%. From the cases 1,009 are Kenyans while 18 are foreigners. 600 are males and 427 are females. The youngest is a two month old infant while the oldest is 110 years.
The nation of Kenya continues to experience the severity of the Covid 19 pandemic!The number of infections and death is shooting each day despite the vaccination exercise that is still going on.Education and health sectors are the most affected areas after losing several medical practitioners and teachers.
Kenya continues to experience the third wave of Coronavirus pandemic. The government was forced to introduce some stringent measures to curb the spread of the virus. Some red counties zoned to be disease-infested were locked down and cessation of movement to and from imposed. The Ministry of Health continues to announce new figures of positive cases each day. Today the Ministry of Health announced that 1027 people tested positive for Coronavirus in the last 24hours. This is after a sample size of 7, 184 were
There are many diseases in the world.Some are caused by virus, bacteria or fungi .Coronavirus is transmitted from one person to another through physical contact with the infected person.People are encouraged by the ministry of health to follow all measures and guidelines to reduce the spreading of this deadly virus.
NARC-Kenya party leader Martha Karua has taken to social media to condemn the actions by the police officers during the last night curfew enforcement. In her post, Karua objected that the action which saw curfew breakers detained for long period amounts to extra judicial punishment. According to the social justice advocate, she said that it would be reasonable for the law breakers to be summoned where necessary or given a warning for those who were gotten late by the curfew. In her defense statement, the politician
The Coronavirus pandemic has caused havoc in most Kenyans' families as well as the health care system which is completely overpowered.This has left many citizens with a lot of uncertainty in regards to what the future holds for them because, cases have been escalating after every 24 hours even though the Government has imposed tough and strict measures that have, on the other hand, caused public unrest.
Tanzanian President Samia Suluhu Hassan has formed a committee to advise her on how to deal with the coronavirus in Tanzania. In her inaugural address to the Permanent Secretaries and Deputy Permanent Secretaries last month, she said she would form a committee to advise her on the steps they could take as a country to protect themselves from the Corinavirus. "I want to inform you that I have already formed the committee and will soon sit down with them and the leadership of the Ministry of Health and the
Coronavirus has killed millions of people around the world. The virus normally attack the lungs and reduce the amount of oxygen in the body. Some signs and symptoms include fever, coughing and sneezing. This disease has caused many families to life in challenges. Many businesses have been closed to curb the spreading of covid-19 in the country. Some people lost their jobs because of this epidemic. Furthermore, the epidemic has caused many families to lack basic needs such as food , clothes and many other essential
Coronavirus is a virus caused by Cov-2-Sars that was first reported in Wuhan China on December 2019.This virus spread very fast throughout the world and no sooner than later, every country in the world was affected by thus virus.This prompted the World Health Organization to declare it a pandemic that was to be handled with alot of scrutiny.
Kenyans have been given an opportunity to secure a job from the National Police Service after they advertised around 60 vacancies.This includes different categories of jobs which salary ranges from 25,000 to 250,000.According to Kenya news the applicants have untill 26th of April 2021 for them to submit their applications quoting the position applying for.
In a new study that is aimed to enhance fight against pandemic, young people will be paid $5000 to be deliberately exposed to coronavirus. The people who volunteer for this study must have been infected by COVID-19 before. The aim of this study is to calculate how immune works after the first infection. Once you accept to be part of this, you will be quarantined for 17 days or more so that you cannot reinfect other people. Only people aged between 18-30 are eligible to participate. The study will also make scientists
According to The Spectator Index, worlds coronavirus deaths surpasses 3 million.This is after more than 10,000 deaths were reported on Thursday 15th April 2021.Worldwide, the confirmed positive cases totals to 138 million where 78.8 million people has recovered and about 3 million people succumbed to the virus.
Citizen TV Journalist Purity Mwambia faced criticism last year after exposing how Kenyans were moving between counties despite cessation of movement into & out of the counties. Now she's being praised for her guns galore expose. Never quit when criticised.Kenyans are left confused after new investigations were released yesterday about the issue of police hiring uniforms, guns and handcuffs. At the very moment when we all thought that coronavirus is on our necks another worrying news just landed. We remain in
Professor George Magoha has moments ago released the 2020 KCPE results in the country.Over 1,179,192 candidates across the country sat for the exams with 590,450 boys and 588,742 girls.This comes at a time when the Coronavirus has dealt a major blow to the education sector 15 teachers, 3 Deputy headteachers and 8 headteachers losing their lives to the pandemic.
Photo: Education CS, Prof George Magoha It has been a tough exercise putting in mind that Coronavirus was with us before and during the examination days.We all thank God for his protection amid the pandemix until date.The cabinet secretary of education, professor George Magoha has today released the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education examination results.
Today Coronavirus has been caused storm online after Muthai kagwe make declaration on how the pace of Coronavirus has expanded because of convention Kenyans are following A few counties are not after convention which carried out by Our Leader, on as of late Dr Fred Matiangi reported the districts which president Kenyatta put lock down will proceed. The ministry of health expressed that if Kenyans need to be protected ought to be worn a veil, should cover social distance and wash under. Service of wellbeing