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Health Reporter

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Health Reporter

Health Reporter writes for the Standard Health
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Experts warn it could take a year to 18 months to approve any vaccine.
By Anyango Otieno
2yrs ago
But why do we touch our faces so much, and how can we cut it out?
By Anyango Otieno
2yrs ago
But why do we touch our faces so much, and how can we cut it out?
By Anyango Otieno
2yrs ago
Some countries were ready three years ago, others used past experience to handle the plague
By Anyango Otieno
2yrs ago
Under normal circumstances, the process would take years. But with a pandemic ravaging the world, pharmaceuticals are keen to compress this timeline
By Anyango Otieno
2yrs ago
A team set up under Covid-19 Fund has been tasked with coordinating all contributions by both government agencies and the private sector
By Anyango Otieno
2yrs ago
The Covid-19 Emergency Response Fund has now raised over Sh1.2 billion
By Anyango Otieno
2yrs ago
Some countries plan to issue ‘immunity passports’ to those already recovered.
By Anyango Otieno
2yrs ago
Equity Bank CEO James Mwangi and family also commits Sh300 million for the fight against coronavirus
By Anyango Otieno
2yrs ago
People with herpes are three times more likely to get infected with HIV, according to a new study by the World Health Organisation (WHO).
By Anyango Otieno
2yrs ago
India has allowed one-time export of Hydroxychloroquine Sulphate USP 200 mg to Kenya to support Kenya in its fight against Covid-19 pandemic.
By Anyango Otieno
2yrs ago
"About 6,000 children around the world could die every day from preventable causes over the next six months due to the impact of Covid-19."
By Anyango Otieno
2yrs ago