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India will dispatch a consignment to Kenya of an anti-malarial drug reported to have the potential to help treat Covid-19.
Official says those in the two categories are at high risk of being infected due to low immunity.
A ban slapped on medical camps conducted by foreign doctors has been lifted and new rules put in place to protect patients.
Starved of blood, cash, staff and goodwill, Kenya’s national bloodbank is teetering on the brink of moral receivership.
Cuban doctors say locals are friendly and security situation alright. Two doctors posted in Mandera attend to about two dozen patients daily.
Counties blame their failure to pay medical supplies agency for medicines supplied since 2015.
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