Kenya confirms 4 more Covid-19 cases, total rises to 126

The four are three Kenyans and one Pakistani national

Varsity student develops system to fight coronavirus myths

Ndegwa said he took less than a week to come up with the system.

CS Kagwe now wants quarantine period extended

CS says health facilities need to monitor suspects whose contacts have tested positive.

PSVs yet to comply with government's order on face masks

Most conductors and drivers cited the masks' high prices as a hindrance to buying them.

Kenyans should emulate KQ pilot Kibati's sacrifice - Kagwe

Kibati was the pilot who flew the last KQ flight from the US.

How life has changed for street families amidst Covid-19

The onset of the curfew symbolises a night of uncertainty, fear and lack of sleep.

Kagwe urges youth to be at the frontline in the Covid-19 war

CS says the youth will suffer the most if they fail to take up the responsibility.

Kenyans directed to wear masks before entering supermarkets

Trade CS Betty Maina said more than one million masks have been manufactured.

6-year-old dies as Covid-19 cases hit 122

The child had a pre-existing condition.

Manufacturers get free access to sanitisers, PPE standards

Kebs has cautioned the public against purchasing protective gear in the streets.

Quarantined persons to spend 14 more days in isolation

Health directors say quarantined persons suspected to have contracted virus.

Masks to cost as low as Sh5 as state starts mass production

Local manufacturers have in stock fabric that can make 60 million masks immediately.

Munya to counties: Waive cess on food, monitor prices daily

CS sets rules regarding hygiene, safety in the production and transportation of food.

Raila warns window of fighting corona is slowly shutting

Raila calls for a people-for-people movement against the pandemic.

DP: I'm not tending to Sugoi cabbages, we're fighting corona

DP says he is working with the President on how to deal with the Covid-19.

Not yet uhuru for tested travellers as Sh28,000 bill awaits

Some say they thought government would cater for the bill at state facilities.