Kenya’s coronavirus cases rise to seven

Kenya has affirmed three additional instances of coronavirus, carrying the aggregate to seven.

Health Minister Mutahi Kagwe said all the cases the patients had shown up abroad.

The latest cases include a couple who had gone from Spain’s capital, Madrid, through Dubai, showing up on 5 March.

The other included a Burundian national, who showed up from Dubai on 17 March and was disengaged from being found to have a high temperature at Kenya’s first air terminal in the capital, Nairobi.

Mr. Kagwe said the specialists were following all the people who came into contact with the three latest cases.

A week ago, Kenya blocked passage to all explorers originating from nations with announced cases, yet Kenyan residents, ambassadors, and outsiders with legitimate home licenses are permitted in.

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