Four (4) staff members from the State House have tested positive for the deadly COVID-19. In addition, this was confirmed by spokesperson Kanze Dena through a statement that was sent on Monday.
According to the statement, mass COVID-19 testing was held last week on Thursday the 11th of June 2020. This saw 4 staff members test positive after contracting the disease. In addition, all the infected Staff members were admitted at the Kenyatta University Teaching, Referral, and Research hospital in Kiambu County for further treatment.
COVID-19 latest Updates in Kenya
The Health CS Mutahi Kagwe confirmed 133 new coronavirus cases in the last 24 hours from the 3365 samples taken. I addition, this brings the total number of coronavirus infections to 3727 in the Republic of Kenya.
Meanwhile, the good news is that 33 patients were discharged thus bringing the total number of COVID-19 recoveries to 1286 in Kenya. However, the Health Cabinet Secretary Mutahi Kagwe confirmed one person succumbed to the deadly coronavirus. Therefore this brings the total number of COVID-19 deaths to 104 in the Republic of Kenya.
Did President Uhuru Kenyatta test negative for coronavirus?
Definitely YES, according to the Spokesperson Kanze Dena, President Uhuru and his mighty family all tested negative for coronavirus.
“The State House informs all the Kenyans that our President Uhuru Kenyatta and first Family tested negative for the deadly coronavirus,” Dena said.
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In conclusion, we as Cyclone Times Uganda urge the people of Kenya and the surrounding communities to stay vigilant. In addition, to the dangers of the deadly coronavirus. Therefore ensure you practice the health safety measures put in place by the Kenyan government. We urge you to keep a social distance and always wash your hands with soap and sanitizers. Finally, make sure you avoid touching the soft parts of your body, for example, the nose, eyes, and mouth. STAY SAFE
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