Kenya confirms second and third coronavirus case

President Uhuru Kenyatta has on Sunday confirmed the second and third coronavirus case in the country.

Speaking from Harambee House, President Uhuru called on calm among citizens following the coronavirus news.

He assured residents of enough medical personnel as the government works closely with counties to ensure that such cases are dealt with accordingly.

Uhuru called on a ban on all foreigners entering the country from the hardest hits countries in the next 48 hours.

Traders were warned against increasing prices and hoarding causing temporary shortage of goods in the country.

Uhuru confirms second and third coronavirus case

Kenyans with valid documents will only be allowed in the country and they will tested before they are allowed to self-isolate themselves for 14 days.

Learning institutions have been ordered to close effective from Monday as the government control further spreading of the virus.

Students in boarding students have until Wednesday to leave the schools and return home.

Education CS George Magoha called on calm among Kenyans as he assured at this point of time.

The news comes a day after Mombasa County banned nigh clubs and discos from operating in the next 30 days.

Places of worship were advised to provide sanitizers ad points to sanitize to minimize transmission of the virus.

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