Health CS Sicily Kariuki has on Monday assured Kenyans that no Ebola cases have been reported in Kenya.
CS Sicily Kariuki was speaking from JKIA where she was supervising the screening process of passengers in and out of the country.
“To all Kenyans and our visitors, be assured that there is no Ebola in Kenya.”
She, however, confirmed the Kericho incident where a woman has been kept in isolation after experiencing Ebola-related symptoms.
The health CS Kariuki further said that she has received a word from the Rapid Response team that the patient is stable at the moment and that she does not meet Ebola-related symptoms.
The Ministry of health is said to have dispatched over 200 medical staff at entry points of the country to combat the deadly virus.
Kenyans have however been urged to be vigilant and reported any suspected cases to the nearest health facility.