Nairobi curfew

A winding queue of Nairobi residents waiting along Maragua Lane on April 14, 2021, for public service vehicles to ferry them to their estates before the 8pm curfew enforced to curb the spread of Covid-19.

| Dennis Onsongo | Nation Media Group

Why Covid-19 fourth wave is yet to peak as predicted

What you need to know:

  • Kemri had projected that by mid-July, the country would have recorded 4,300 new cases needing hospitalisation, and about 580 deaths.

Kenya’s fourth wave is yet to hit its peak as was predicted by the Kenya Medical Research Institute (Kemri), and experts cite under-reporting of Covid-19 data by the Health ministry as one reason for the low numbers.


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