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For every child with a cleft lip and palate that is not attended to, translates to a loss in the country’s economy.
At least 2.6 million Kenyans may have already been exposed to the coronavirus according to a study done by Kemri-Wellcome Trust.
There are currently 418 002 cases, 10 404 deaths, and close to 200 000 recoveries in Africa.
Of the 268 cases confirmed yesterday, for instance, 160 were male while female were 108
Nairobi and Rift Valley have recorded highest prevalence to Covid-19 with 550,000 and 510,000 people respectively.
Dr Patrick Amoth said the 6,941 cases confirm the projections issued earlier on how prevalent the disease would be.
72 of the students who were prime contacts of those who turned positive remain in isolation and are awaiting further tests this coming Sunday.
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