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Government to boost Covid-19 testing capacity

On Tuesday, the ministry tested 1,933 samples bringing the total number of tests in the country to 46,984.

There are more foreign Covid-19 cases at Kenya-Tanzania border –CS Kagwe

Out of the 182 foreigners turned away at the Tanzanian border, 126 of them tested positive in Namanga, 24 in Lunga Lunga, 23 in Taveta, 4 in Isebania and one case in Loitoktok.

School reopening depends on teachers, learners’ safety –Sossion

The nominated MP said that KNUT has a raft of recommendations which can be useful for the ministry.

Where to wear face masks –police cautioned when to enforce Covid-19 curb measure

Col. Oguna confirmed that the “police are not supposed to arrest those not wearing face masks while inside their private cars.”

Kenya-Tanzania border continue to pose transmission risk as Covid-19 cases rise to 912

Covid-19 cases rise to 912 as government turn away 51 Tanzanian truck drivers.

Relief as Nurses strike suspended amid Covid-19 pandemic

Nurses’ Union Secretary General Seth Panyako has said that the strike will not go on as planned for the next 21 days, to pave way for dialogue with the government.

Why President Uhuru took the hard-stance of closing Tanzania, Somalia borders

In the past week the cases of COVID-19 across the borders have been soaring with Kajiado registering a high number at the Namanga Border.

President Kenyatta mocks errant man for infecting sister with Covid-19 as Tanzania, Somalia borders set to close

Speaking during the anticipated briefing from State House, Kenyatta revealed how a young man from Mombasa eluded roadblocks and infected his sister in Kathiani, Machakos County with the virus.