Kenya Confirms the first case of CoronaVirus in the country. The case was confirmed yesterday on a victim who traveled back to Nairobi from USA.
Health Cabinet Secretary Mutahi Kagwe, however, asked Kenyans not to panic but to ensure the pandemic does not damage the unity of the country.
“This is not a time for us to assign blame. This is a time for us to come together to ensure that this pandemic does not damage our nation. The government is doing all it can.”
He added that his ministry will conduct training on Bus and Matatu operators on preventive measures against the CoronaVirus and that the government is reviewing 13 countries considered to be high risk.