Kenya Power Mombasa branch has confirmed that three of their employees have tested positive for coronavirus.
The news was confirmed by KPLC Managing Director Bernard Ngugi who said that the three were indeed at their Mombasa branch.
He continued by saying that the news has seen many of their other employees resquested to go home pending medical results from the Ministry of Health.
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The affected employees are reported to have worked at the first floor of the building and have already undergone counseling pending the release of the results.
Inside the building, officials from the Ministry of Health have fumigated and will be re-opened once they issue a green light.
The news come barely a week after Safaricom confirmed one of their employees at TRM had tested positive for the virus.
Two other employees who had come into contact with him were also tested and taken through proper counselling.
Safaricom promised to be working closely with the employees and will ensure that they are supplied with the necessary care and gears including sanitizers and face masks.
Kenya Commercial Bank (KCB) was also affected when one of their employee at their Mvita branch was confirmed to have tested positive for the virus.
The employee forced KCB to close down the branch as officials from the Ministry of Health fumigated it to wave off any spread of the virus.
Customers were urged to visit their nearest branches to get the necessary services.
The news by Kenya Power comes at a time when the country recorded 72 new coronavirus cases, 8 of which are from Mombasa.