All Public Gatherings Banned As Kenya Confirms First Coronovirus Case
Kenya has confirmed the first coronavirus case, health CS Mutahi Kagwe has announced.
Kagwe says that the Kenyan Citizen was returning from the US to Nairobi via London on 5th March.
Kagwe however says that the patient who is stable and is currently in isolation was confirmed positive by the national influenza lab.
“She took herself to the hospital. She has given us all the names of the persons who she has been in contact with throughout that period, we have informed the British High Commission, we are in the process of informing the US Embassy,” said Kagwe.
Kagwe has further banned all public gatherings including church crusades, public gatherings, meetings, games and events.
“Churches can have services as long as they have sanitizer. Schools to remain open but inter school games are cancelled,” said Kagwe.