Italy has surpassed China in the number of deaths related to coronavirus, according to the World Health Organisation (WHO).
The total number of deaths in Italy surged to 3,405 against China’s which recorded 3,245 deaths on March 19th. Reported cases in Italy rose to 41,035, which
The Kenyan government has issued a warning to people
spreading fake news on the Coronavirus situation in the country saying
purveyors of such information will be dealt with in accordance with established
A Cabinet meeting held Thursday at State House, Nairobi and chaired by President
Uhuru Kenyatta, directed law
Standard Chartered Bank of Kenya said its pretax profit rose 3
per cent to Ksh 12.2 billion in 2019, as a focus on keeping a lid on bad loans
restrained revenue growth. Its operating income was flat at Ksh 28.7
billion, while impairment losses dropped 83 per cent
The Central Bank of Kenya has announced a set of measures
that commercial banks will have to undertake in order to alleviate the adverse
economic effects their customers may face from the coronavirus
pandemic(covid-19). In a statement sent to newsrooms, CBK admitted that the
adverse effects are still evolving
The Ugandan and Kenyan shillings are expected to weaken against the dollar in the next week to Thursday, traders said.
The Kenyan shilling is forecast to weaken due to end-month dollar demand from the energy and manufacturing sectors amid thin inflows from diaspora remittances and offshore
By Sachen Gudka | Coronavirus is our wake-up call. No one could have predicted its disastrous impact. But that is the nature of disasters; most are sudden, unpredictable and leave in their wake unimaginable misery and loss. We have been quite rudely awakened to the
Most people who become infected with Coronavirus (COVID-19)
experience mild illness and recover, but it can be more severe for others. This
is according to the World Health Organisation (WHO)
Global impact of COVID-19 as of Wednesday, saw more than
200,000 cases reported 82, 813 recovered while 8,010 had
The government has warned the public against holding congregations after three more cases of coronavirus were confirmed in Kenya
Cabinet Secretary for Health Mutahi Kagwe said Kenyans must pull together in one spirit to help prevent the spread of the virus which has killed more than
President Uhuru Kenyatta has warned traders against hiking
prices of commodities, products and services in the wake of coronavirus
Speaking at State House on Wednesday, the head of state warned business entities which will increase prices will have stern action taken against them.
"I'm appealing to all
Three more people have tested positive for coronavirus (COVID-19) in Kenya.
Cabinet Secretary for Health Mutahi Kagwe confirmed the cases on Wednesday, bringing the total number of infected to seven.
Out of the three, Kagwe said two are a couple from Spain and a Burundian from Dubai.