Coronavirus in Kenya
Business booms over coronavirus face masks. PHOTO | NMG

Business booms in Nairobi as face-masks sell increase rapidly. The companies that manufacture masks have doubled their daily income just a day after the government announced COVID-19 in Kenya.

Risks in major cities remain high, especially for those who use public transport to and from work.

Restaurants, shopping malls, offices, banks, churches, mosques, schools and colleges, are also high-risk areas.

By Friday afternoon, most of these were operating normally without observing any precautionary measures.

Small and medium-sized companies that import goods from China have already started suffering.

National Nurses Association of Kenya (NNAK) president Alfred Obengo said more people have access to the internet and coming up with an online portal will go a long way.

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