Kenyan Ambassador to China Sarah Serem could not survive this hard time after she tested positive of covid-19.
Sarah said she has been self-isolating at home. Jackeline Musinya reveals that she has since been told to do the same as she had met Ms. Sarah.
The Department of Health said Ms. Sarah first showed symptoms on Thursday – the same day she attended an event hosted by the Prime minister of China.
As the number of new coronavirus cases rose to 25 in Kenya, the Ministry of Health has expressed optimism that the patients will recover.
A doctor at Kenyatta National Hospital’s (KNH) Infectious Diseases Unit said it is likely that the initial cases who tested positive and were admitted will be released this week.
The doctor, who spoke to the Nation on the condition of anonymity, said the viral load of the initial cases, especially the first two patients, has gone down and upon testing yet again they would be due for release.