Kenya: Coronavirus – Grim April Awaits If Govt Efforts Don’t Bear Fruit

By the end of April the country might be grappling with 10,000 confirmed cases of coronavirus.

This is part of the grim statistics shared by Ministry of Health Director General Dr Patrick Amoth on Monday as he painted a gloomy picture of what awaits Kenyans if they don’t take measures instigated by the government seriously.

The numbers are infection projections done by the Ministry of Health to establish the expected number of persons who will be infected by Covid-19 going by the current infection…

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