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Kenyan shilling edged down on confirmed COVID-19 case

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The Kenyan shilling edged down on Friday after the government confirmed the first case of coronavirus (COVID-19)

At 12.52 pm, Commercial Banks quoted the shilling at 102.80 buying, 103.00 selling per dollar, down from Thursday’s close of 102.40 buying, 102.60 selling.

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Digital Desk, Metropol TV

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