People addicted to alcoholism and those who abuse other forms of drugs are said to exhibit symptoms of mental illness.
The NACADA Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Victor Okiomo has said increased County Commissioner Mohammed BarreCOVID-19Joseph Mbaimental illnessMohammed BarreMurang’a County Member of Health and SanitationNACADA CEOVictor Okiomo Read on
Halt of greetings by handshaking and frequent hands washing has reduced the spread of communicable diseases by about 60 percent within Murang’a County.
The County Executive Member for Health and Sanitation, communicable diseasesCounty Executive Member for Health and SanitationCOVID-19handshaking and frequent hands washingJoseph Mbai Read on
Six restaurants in Murang’a have been given nod to operate after meeting conditions set by the Ministry of Health to help control spread of Covid-19.
Workers of the eateries have been covid-19 free certificatesJoseph MbaiMurang’a County Executive Member for Health and SanitationSix restaurants in Murang’a Read on
The government has been requested to employ more nurses so as to effectively realise its goal in the provision of universal health care.
During their celebrations to mark year of nurses County Director of Medical ServicesCounty Executive Member for Health and SanitationCounty Nursing Officeremploy more nursesJoseph MbaiSalome KimaniWinnie Kanyiyear of nurses Read on
The Department of Health in Murang’a has written to leadership of local churches seeking assistance in containing increase of teen pregnancies in the county.
In a letter to various church heads CE Healthincrease of teen pregnanciesJoseph Mbaileadership of local churches Read on