CS Mutahi Kagwe-Covid-19 cases rise by 29 to hit 110, 2 dead

CS Mutahi Kagwe-Covid-19 cases rise by 29 to hit 110, 2 dead

Mutahi Kagwe, the Health Cabinet Secretary has announced 29 new cases of coronavirus patients in Kenya. The Health CS also said that two people have died from the novel coronavirus. “Out of 662 samples, 29 people have tested positive for coronavirus. 28 of them are Kenyans & 1 is Congolese. The total number of those...

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Samburu woman accused of contracting coronavirus commits suicide

Samburu woman accused of contracting coronavirus commits suicide

A Samburu woman has reportedly committed suicide after she was accused by her family of exhibiting symptoms related to coronavirus. The Nation reports that the woman who hails from Samburu had shown flu-like symptoms which her family took for Covid-19. Samburu County officials however set the record straight that the woman in question had been...

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Country music icon Kenny Rogers dies at 81

Country music icon Kenny Rogers dies at 81

Kenny Rogers, a longtime star of country music, died Friday night, according to a statement posted by his family. He was 81. Known for such hits as “The Gambler,” “Lady,” “Islands in the Stream,” and “Lucille,” Rogers died peacefully at home in Sandy Springs, Ga., of natural causes at 10:25 p.m., the statement said. Rogers...

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Young Spanish football coach Francisco Garcia succumbs to coronavirus

Young Spanish football coach Francisco Garcia succumbs to coronavirus

Francisco Garcia, a Spanish football coach, has died from the highly infectious coronavirus. The 21-year-old youth coach, worked for Atletico Portada Alta, situated in the Malaga region of Spain. The coach had complained of breathing difficulties, before being admitted for coronavirus. Upon admission, doctors discovered that he had leukemia, which is a form of cancer...

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The reason telecommunications experts are taking DCI Kinoti to task

The reason telecommunications experts are taking DCI Kinoti to task

Telecommunications experts are taking the Director of Criminal Investigations (DCI) George Kinoti to task over the claim that Sergeant Kipyegon Kenei’s mobile phone data had been erased through formatting of his device. The Standard reported its sources in leading telecommunication firms who indicated that all the data including call logs and messages which were in...

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