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Andu angi 178 kurwara murimu wa covid¬¬¬_19

ByJoshua Macharia

Jun 25, 2020
Mwangangi akirekereria ndumiriri

Murimu wa covid19 niurathii na mbere na gutherema kuona gatagati ka mathaa 24 mahituku bururi wa Kenya niwongereire andu angi 178 aria marwarite magakinyithia arwaru 5,384. Kuringana na CAS wa ugima wa mwiri bururi ini Mercy Mwangangi,a Kenya 3918 nio marathimirwo. Ona kuri ouguo arwaru 34 nimarekereirio kuma thibitari mahonete makiongerera namba ya aria ahonu gukinyia 1857.Ona gutuika murimu uyu niurathii ukihonagwo andu angi eri nimarutitwo muoyo niguo magikinyithia andu 132 aria makuite.

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