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Mercy Asamba

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Mercy Asamba

Mercy Asamba writes for the Standard Health
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US embassy cancels all routine consular appointments as from March 16 to 27 following confirmation of coronavirus case in Kenya.
By Mercy Asamba
2yrs ago
Patient who tested positive for coronavirus in stable condition, 45 people who had contact with her quarantined, Ministry of Health says.
By Mercy Asamba
2yrs ago
Patient who tested positive for coronavirus in stable condition, 45 people who had contact with her quarantined, Ministry of Health says.
By Mercy Asamba
2yrs ago
The Government has confirmed the fourth case of coronavirus in the country
By Mercy Asamba
2yrs ago
Three more cases of coronavirus have been confirmed in Kenya bringing a total number of confirmed infections in the country to seven.
By Mercy Asamba
2yrs ago
According to the hospital’s CEO Allan Pamba, the new measures will decongest the facility and help to further reduce transmission risks.
By Mercy Asamba
2yrs ago
Coronavirus: Pharmacy and Poisons Board prohibits dispensing of hydrochloroquine and chloroquine without valid medical prescriptions.
By Mercy Asamba
2yrs ago
As of March 31, more than 780,000 people had been infected in more than 180 countries, according to the data from Worldometer.
By Mercy Asamba
2yrs ago
Kenya’s coronavirus cases now at 81 after 22 people tested positive for the virus.
By Mercy Asamba
2yrs ago
World Health Organisation (WHO) chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus termed the remarks as racist.
By Mercy Asamba
2yrs ago
14 more people have tested positive for Covid-19 bring the number of total cases to 172 in the country.
By Mercy Asamba
2yrs ago
Stories about fake remedies for coronavirus have been spreading on social media leading to more fatalities.
By Mercy Asamba
2yrs ago