Government Gives Kenyan Students Stuck In China Ksh. 1.3 Million
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has released Ksh. 1.3 million shillings to support the 91 students and nine acrobats stuck in wuhan China.
According to government spokesperson Cyrus Oguna, the said are not affected by the deadly Corona virus.
Oguna asked the families of the affected children to keep calm as the idea of bringing them back to Kenya is risky and they can contract the virus as they travel.
He also said the 34 entry and exit points in the country are manned by trained health workers for the virus screening to all persons.
However, he asked Kenyans not to panic as the government is prepared as in Kenya there is no confirmed case of the deadly virus
He added that government has set isolation facilities at Kenyatta hospital and Mbagathi to minimize risk of spread of the virus from the affected countries.
Oguna however dismissed the allegations of two expectant Kenyans in China who claimed they lacked medication claimed it was a propaganda.