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Auditor General Nancy Gathungu tables KEMSA audit report in Senate showing Sh2.3 billion was lost in Covid-19 medical supplies procurement scandal.
Ambulances with referred patients were turned back as no medical services are being currently offered, and the sick remain untreated.
Statistically, all confirmed cases are Kenyans with exception of seven foreigners.
Panyako pointed accusatory fingers at both the Senate and the National Assembly, saying that they have failed Kenyans
All new cases are Kenyans save for four foreigners.
Today, Kenya has reported 195 more recoveries, bringing to 20, 644 recoveries registered since the first case was confirmed
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