Only 74 Covid-19 Isolation Beds Ready, Says Governor Ngilu

Kitui has already set up only 74 Covid-19 isolation beds out of the expected minimum of 300 for every county,

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Nairobi Leads With 153 New Cases as Coronavirus Tally Rises Above 7,000

The Ministry of Health on Friday, 3rd July, confirmed that 247 more persons have entered the national Covid-19 tally after

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Don’t Rush Upcountry if President Lifts Lockdown, Kalonzo Appeals

Wiper Party leader Kalonzo Musyoka has advised Kenyans to avoid rushing upcountry in case President Uhuru Kenyatta relaxes the cessation

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MCAs Donate Ksh12m Sitting Allowances to Buy Face Masks

Kitui MCAs have forfeited Ksh12 million in their accumulated sitting allowances to buy more than 130,000 face masks for distribution

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LSK Official Wants Full Court Services Resumed Under Strict Guidelines

A Law Society of Kenya (LSK) official from the eastern region has called for the full resumption of court services

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Muslim Leaders’ Plea to Uhuru Ahead of Monday’s Covid-19 Address

Muslim leaders have urged President Uhuru Kenyatta to consider lifting the cessation of movement into and out of Mombasa County

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Special Parking For Lorries Over Covid-19 Fears

The Makueni Covid-19 Response Committee has resolved to establish three special parking spots for lorries along the Nairobi-Mombasa highway to

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Kenya Confirms 176 New Coronavirus Cases, Raising Tally to 6,366

On Tuesday, 30th June, the Ministry of Health confirmed that 176 more persons had their Covid-19 tests produce positive results.

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Panic as 9 Hotel Staff Test Positive For Covid-19

Residents of Makueni County are living in fear after the CEC for Health, Andrew Mulwa, revealed that nine individuals who

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Inter-Faith Council Urged to Hasten Talks on Reopening of Worship Places

The Inter-Faith Council chaired by Nyeri Catholic Archbishop Anthony Muheria has been urged to speed up talks on guidelines for

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