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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…

A Bond That’s A Lifetime Gift

This year’s breastfeeding week theme has been “Supporting breastfeeding for a healthier planet”. In line with this theme.......

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....

Homabay nurse test results raise a red flag

Controversies and questions have risen following nurse Marian’s death. The main question being what realty did she succumb to? Was there negligence of duty from medics?...

One more medical practitioner succumbs to COVID-19.

covid19 guthii nambere gutamba mwena wa Nairobi

BY JOSHUA MACHARIA Murimu king’uki wa covid19 niuthiite na mbere na kugumira kaunti ya Nairobi thutha wa andu 535 gukorwo marwarite mathaa 24 mahituku. Kuringana na ministry ya ugima wa…

The number of positive cases rises by 727

Kenya reports 727 new COVID-19 cases today following the testing of 6371 samples raising the number of positive cases to 21,363. 696 of them are Kenyans 31 of foreigners 465…

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....

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.