No More Inter-School Competitions As Kenya Confirms Its First Case of Coronavirus
This is Why 2020 Drama Festivals, Sports and other Inter School Events May be Interrupted
The Government of Kenya has banned all Inter-School Competitions in Kenya after a woman tested positive for the highly dreaded Coronavirus.
The patient is said to have flown in from Ohio, USA via London and landed in Nairobi-Kenya on Thursday March 12, 2020.
Although the patient has been quarantined at the Kenyatta National Hospital and is currently stable, the Kenyan Government has banned all public meetings-including Inter-School events and religious jamborees dubbed crusades to contain the virus.
Patients who are experiencing severe coughs have also been advised to remain indoors in the meantime.
This is the first case of Coronavirus on Kenyan soil.
On the CS Education Professor George Magoha and the TSC issued a circular advising schools to reduce Handshakes in a bid to reduce the risk of Coronavirus.
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