The Pandemic: Observe Caution Or Start Planning For Your Own Burial.


TweetShareSharePin0 SharesThe trend is worrying and the numbers are not encouraging at all. Reality has dawned on many Kenyans that the coronavirus pandemic is not a joke and neither is it a chooser of persons. It knows no profession or faith, knows no age or society. With all the countless measures taken, the numerous directives, the sensitization campaign, and the donations given in form of Personal Protective Equipment, Kenyans are still behaving in a lax manner, still assuming that the pandemic is just a parody. There is still a belief…

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Risk Counties: Coronavirus Cases Distribution In Kenya By Counties and Sub-Counties.


TweetShareSharePin0 SharesJune 30 June 2020 – Kenya had recorded 176 new COVID-19 cases. The new infections were confirmed from 2,419 samples tested since Monday, according to Dr. Rashid Aman, a Chief Administrative Secretary at the Ministry of Health. Dr Aman said 26 patients were also discharged, raising recoveries from the virus in the country to 2,039. “On a sad note, we lost four patients to the virus,” Dr Aman told a regular news briefing at the Ministry of Health. Dr Aman urged Kenyans to strictly adhere to measures by the…

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Health Cs Mutahi Kagwe Warn Kenyans of Another Killer Disease As Coronavirus Cases Rises to 137.

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TweetShareSharePin22 SharesHealth CS Mutahi Kagwe on Sunday made his daily update on the coronavirus pandemic situation from his native county of Nyeri. During the press conference, the CS announced that 137 more people tested for the COVID-19 bringing the tally to 3,594. Out of the 137, nine patients were from Nyeri county. The CS thanked the Nyeri county government led by governor Mutahi Kahiga for their continued efforts in curbing the spread of the deadly virus. “The ministry has supervised the training of healthcare workers. We will strive to provide more…

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India little boy who predicted Coronavirus Revealed When it Will End


TweetShareSharePin0 SharesAbighya Anand, an Indian kid who anticipated the flare-up of Coronavirus has uncovered when the infection will end.  The Indian kid said the Coronavirus will end by May. Anand in a video on the 22nd day of August uncovered that Coronavirus will hit the world with gigantic results.  The Indian kid additionally discussed different emergency the world will confront separated from Coronavirus.  Anticipating the flare-up of Coronavirus, Anand, said the world will observe emergencies and war, beginning from November 2019 to April 2020.  The 14 years of age Indian kid…

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Kenyans, Don’t Wait For Government You are On Your Own on the Fight against Coronavirus.


TweetShareSharePin0 SharesThe citizens feel they have been left on their own in the fight against coronavirus, they have many questions that their answers seem to beyond them. Right now is surely the wrong time to discuss succession politics in the country, the timing is just wrong and the topic doesn’t sound right. Kenyans will be expected to part heavily when buying a packet of flour as the price is set to escalate in the coming weeks. This is bad news for many who can’t even afford the flour on the…

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Uganda; Kenya Is the Reason We are Recording High Number Of COVID- 19.


TweetShareSharePin0 SharesFive more truck drivers have tested positive of Coronavirus in Uganda. This brings the total number of Ugandan COVID-19 cases to 121. Among the five positive cases, 3 are Kenyans and two are Ugandans. The Ugandan health Minister, Jane Aceng reported that the outcomes were made out of 1498 truck drivers whose samples were taken on Sunday. The minister added that the five drivers entered the country through malaba and Elegu entry points. “This brings the total number of Covid-19 cases to 121 in Uganda. The new cases are…

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Coronavirus – Kenya: Health Cabinet Secretary (CS) announces 47 new COVID-19 cases Nairobi, Wed 5, 2020

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TweetShareSharePin11 SharesHealth CS Mutahi Kagwe on Wednesday, May 6, announced that 47 people had tested positive for COVID-19 in the last 24 hours, bringing the total confirmed cases within the country to 592. 32 of the new cases are from Mombasa, 11 from Nairobi, 2 from Busia, with Kiambu and Kwale registering 1 case each, he further revealed Speaking from Afya House, the CS stated that this was the highest number of cases recorded in a single day since the first case was announced on March 13, 2020. TweetShareSharePin11 Shares

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COVID- 19: NEVER! EVER Forget The Doctor Who Warn About Coronavirus But was Threatened By the Chinese Government, He DIED.

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TweetShareSharePin7070 SharesNever forget the Chinese doctor who first warned about Coronavirus and was threatened, attacked, smeared, made to sign a confession, silenced, isolated and then died after being infected while trying to help others. China did all of this. Dr. Li Wenliang, who was hailed a hero for raising the alarm about the coronavirus in the early days of the outbreak, has died of the infection. His death was confirmed by the Wuhan hospital where he worked and was being treated, following conflicting reports about his condition on state media.…

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Fact About 5G and Reason Why Many Claim it’s Connected to Coronavirus and 666 Mark.


TweetShareSharePin0 Shares5G is the recent high-speed network that many countries are currently upgrading to. It is the 5th generation network, an improvement over 4G. 5G is said to be about 10-times faster than 4G. Although China and South Korea are the first to launch it. China was first to commence the use of 5G on the 1st of November, 2019. China is the inventor of 5G as companies like Huawei made it operational. It is believed that the 5G network comes with unbelievable functionalities that are not possible with the previous generation networks. Some…

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More Puzzles In Wuhan: Recovered Coronavirus Patients Test Negative … Then Positive


TweetShareSharePin0 SharesA spate of mysterious second-time infections is calling into question the accuracy of COVID-19 diagnostic tools even as China prepares to lift quarantine measures to allow residents to leave the epicenter of its outbreak next month. It’s also raising concerns about a possible second wave of cases. From March 18-22, the Chinese city of Wuhan reported no new cases of the virus through domestic transmission — that is, infection passed on from one person to another. The achievement was seen as a turning point in efforts to contain the…

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