A Kenyan from Coronavirus-hit country is dead.

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A medical practitioneer at Mbagathi[Photo/Courtesy].

“We have an emergency response unit going around everywhere that will respond immediately to any issue. We have also activated the emergency centre, closely monitoring the evolution of the virus to enable us to follow up on the case,” Kagwe stated.

A medical practitioneer at Mbagathi[Photo/Courtesy].

A Kenyan who arrived in the country from one of the Coronavirus-hit country is dead.

The man who is of Asian descent and who arrived in the country on Friday March 6th succumbed from symptoms similar to those of Corona.

He is said to have traveled from India after developing symptoms similar to those of the deadly virus christened Covid 19.

The 56 year old man who had been quarantined at a private facility for treatment and assessments finally died after the condition had worsened.

The said man had managed to arrive home but his body temperatures went too high before he started breathing with difficulties. He was then rushed to a city hospital ICU where he died hours later.

Citizen Tv reported that the Ministry of Health officials took blood samples for testing so as to ascertain the real cause.

The officers observed that man could have exhibited the virus symptoms but possibilities could also be he had not contracted the killer virus.

This comes hot on the heel of the state’s rush to put up various response centers to help deal with such cases.

In Mbagathi for instance, the center was launched by Health Cabinet Secretary Mutahi Kagwe with the help of Government Spokesperson Colonel Cyrus Oguna and foreign Affairs Cs Raychelle Omamo last Friday March 6th.

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“We have an emergency response unit going around everywhere that will respond immediately to any issue. We have also activated the emergency centre, closely monitoring the evolution of the virus to enable us to follow up on the case,” Kagwe stated.

He then mentioned that the facility will not only be used as an isolation center but also double up as a treatment center.

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