Health CS Mutahi Kagwe has urged Nyandarua residents to report strangers to authorities in a bid to curb the spread of the Coronavirus disease. Speaking in Nyandarua County where he had accompanied Interior CS Fred Matiangi who is on a working tour in Nyandarua County, CS Kagwe reiterated that the virus does not spread on its own but by people. He commended the residents of Nyandarua for following government directives which has enabled the county to remain Covid free and urged them to protect themselves even more vigorously than those in counties where there are confirmed cases.
Mutahi Kagwe has further emphasised the importance of good nutrition so as to boost immunity to protect against the Coronavirus disease. He expressed concern over the fact that cases in the country continue to rise and urged Kenyans to follow the Ministry’s guidelines to the latter. The country has 133 new confirmed cases which bring the total number in the country to 3,727. 33 patients have been discharged, also bringing the total tally to 1286.
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