Health CS Mutahi Kagwe
Health CS Mutahi Kagwe
The Health Cabinet Secretary Mutahi Kagwe says more measures will be undertaken to curb the spread of the virus. He added that things are not getting better on Coronavirus.

" This number, I must say is going to rise and will rise exponentially. We must change behaviours and attitude to cut the transmission of the virus. Had we not placed the people under mandatory quarantine when we did, the story would be different, "

"Arising from these numbers, the government is now announcing stiffer measures to deal with COVID-19. We are completely discouraging movement to upcountry areas. Going forward, the only ones allowed to move up and down is cargo, to keep the food chain,"

The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Kenya has risen by 29 bringing the total number in the country to 110.

CS Kagwe also re-emphasised on the need for Kenyans to follow the set directives concerning personal hygiene and social distancing.
However, unnecessary travel upcountry has been discouraged with the ministry saying that only the movement of cargo will be allowed.

Kenyan travellers using public means either TukTuks or conventional buses have been advised to use face masks to avoid contracting the coronavirus.

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