Panic as Kitui records 41 new Covid-19 cases

Fear has gripped Kitui County after 41 people tested Covid-19 positive on Saturday bringing the county’s tally to 60 since the first case was diagnosed in the country in March. The Kitui County Chief Officer Health and Sanitation, Dr. Richard Muthoka disclosed that the affected were both national and county government staff. “The recorded number […]

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Six Chinese nationals quarantined at Mutomo to remain in isolation for further 7 days

Six  Chinese nationals working for the Sinohydro Corporation contracted to build the Kibwezi-Kitui Highway have been quarantined for another week within the company’s camp in Mutomo, Kitui south after the expiry of the mandatory 14 days before resuming duties. “Zhang  Qiang, who was the first to jet back into the country, had travelled from Beijing […]

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Six Chinese nationals quarantined at Mutomo, Kitui South

Six  Chinese nationals  working for the Sinohydro Corporation contracted to build the Kibwezi-Kitui Highway, have been quarantined for 14 days  within the company’s camp in Mutomo, Kitui  South. “Zhang Qiang, who was the first to jet back into the country, had travelled from Beijing via Dubai to JKIA  where he recorded a body temperature of […]

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Kitui authorities appeal for reopening of Kyuso level 4 hospital

The  Kitui county health and labour committees have appealed to doctors in Kyuso level 4 hospital to resume duties as security officers carry out investigations over insecurity threats to the hospital staffs. The  joint committee had visited the institution over the weekend on a fact finding mission geared towards ending the strike. The  Labour Committee […]

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Kyuso Level 4 Hospital in Kitui closed over staff threats

The  Kitui  County government  on  Tuesday closed Kyuso Level 4 Hospital following the circulation of leaflets targeting hospital staff and all its patients transferred to Mwingi Level 4 Hospital. Confirming  the closure, the County Executive of Health, Dr. Richard Muthoka said the leaflets were warning staff of dire consequences over its management practices and the […]

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