Kakamega county in conjunction with Afya Halisi has launched a toll-free help line for health-related issues. The number – 0800-720-573 – will provide a platform for patients to communicate with health service providers in real time including ambulance services. Speaking during the launch at the County Referral Hospital Saturday, the county Health Services Executive Rachael Akumu regretted that the number of patients visiting the health facilities has drastically reduced since the first Covid-19 case was…"Kakamega County Launches Tool-Free Helpline For Health Issues"
At least 28 Kenyans have returned from Uganda after being issued with Covid- 19 free certificates. Speaking while handing over the returnees to Busia County Commissioner at Busia border Saturday, the Principal Counselor at the Kenyan High Commission to Uganda Ronoh Kennei said that the majority of them were medical students. “They are at various levels of their study and majority of them come from Kampala International University, while others are from Western Uganda who…"28 Kenyans Return From Uganda"
As the country marks a hundred days since the first case of Covid 19 was confirmed in Kenya new infections soared to a record 260 pushing the national tally to 4,738. The highly contagious pandemic which has so far spread to at least 40 out of the 47 counties including refugee camps has so far claimed 123 lives after two more patients on Sunday succumbed to the disease. Health Cabinet Secretary, Mutahi Kagwe while giving…"Covid 19 Infections Soars As Kenya Marks 100 Days Of Pandemic"
At least 1000 youth have been hired for the National Hygiene Programme (NHP) dubbed ‘Kazi Mtaani’ to improve hygiene conditions in Kwale County. The youth have been hired in the programme to cushion them during the coronavirus pandemic. Area County Commissioner (CC) Karuku Ngumo said Sunday the youth are taking part in the clean-up campaign in the sub counties of Matuga and Msambweni. Ngumo who chairs the Kazi Mtaani county implementation committee said the initiative…"Environmental Cleanup Spruces Up Kwale"
Residents of Kabete sub-county in Kiambu County will no longer traverse to Kikuyu sub-county in search of services being offered by the National Government. The people will now enjoy all the services from close proximity following the completion of a 30 million shillings magnificent office block which has already been occupied by the relevant departments. The project was fully funded by the National Treasury in the 2018/2019 financial year. Kabete Deputy County Commissioner (DCC) Lameck…"National Government Brings Services To Doorsteps Of The People Of Kabete Sub-County"