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A Milestone Against The Pandemic

New Zealand marked 100 days of Coronavirus elimination yesterday evening. According to New Zealand Prime Minister, Jacinta Arden 100 days is a significant period of time but it actually does…

TSC Opts For a Community Based Learning Approach

Teachers Service Commission is fine-tuning the new guidelines as it prepares to roll out free community-based learning. The programme targets more than 10 million learners in public schools that are…

PRIDE LAND-RODS HUMBLED

  With the emerging of the deadly covid-19 virus early this year, the plight of hostels owners around Universities have been left shadowed and had to hit a rock bottom…

Obese people risk contacting COVID-19

Current research has shown there’s a link between obesity and Covid-19, but it’s difficult to fathom what it is. We do know that people who are obese....

MEDICAL STAFFS LIFE IN DANGER FOR COVID-19.

In Taita Taveta County, Mwatate Sub-county Hospital, medical staffs have been taken to quarantine after testing a patient who was suffering from malaria but later discovered that he had covvid-19.From…

COVID-19 HITS THE BOSSES

COVID-19 current positive cases show that the disease is not based on demographic differences, physical appearance, social status rather its affecting everyone despite....

“Be cautious”KEBS Tells Kenyans.

In a press release by KEBS yesterday, a number of companies have been de-listed because of production and distribution of substandard face masks produced by the said institutions. The de-listed…

Breaking news:No more sale of alcohol.

Written by Andrew Thuku, *No more alcohol sale in Kenya for the next 30 days *The police boss to submit a weekly report about the bars that have been banned.…

COVID-19 Pandemic Updates

The outbreak of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) has been declared a pandemic and the virus has now spread to many countries and territories. While a lot is still unknown about the virus that causes COVID-19, we do know that it is transmitted through direct contact with respiratory droplets of an infected person (generated through coughing and sneezing) Individuals can also be infected from touching surfaces contaminated with the virus and touching their face (e.g., eyes, nose, mouth). While COVID-19 continues to spread it is important that communities take action to prevent further transmission, reduce the impacts of the outbreak and support control measures.