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Here is the latest directive by CS Magoha to schools on Corona Disease (Covid-19)

Education Cabinet Secretary Prof George Magoha.
Education Cabinet Secretary Prof George Magoha.

Education Cabinet Secretary prof. George Magoha has told schools to be wary of the current Corona Virus Disease (Covid-19) pandemic. The disease that has infected thousands of people in the world has been declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization (WHO).

“As you are aware, there is an outbreak of a new disease known as Novel COVID-19 Corona Virus that has been reported in various countries. Corona Virus is a respiratory disease whose common signs and symptoms of infection include high fever, cough, and breathing difficulties. In more severe cases, the infection can cause Pneumonia, severe acute respiratory syndrome, kidney failure and death.,” says CS Magoha in his latest directive to school heads.


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HOW TO PREVENT THE DISEASE

Magoha now tells schools to be extra careful to curb any possible exposure of staff and learners to the disease. “Given the COVID-19 outbreak and its impact on people and health, it is important that all learning institutions in the country take appropriate measures for prevention and response to mitigate the Public Health Impact in the event of an outbreak,” notes the CS.

According to Magoha, Learners and staff across all institutions are advised to do the following for prevention: Wash their hands with soap, Observe normal hygiene in schools and at home. They should also avoid unnecessary shaking of hands and body contact.

He further cautions school heads to be extra vigilant to safe guard the learners. “In the event that the above stated symptoms are detected, prompt referral to a specialized health provider is required. Heads of learning institutions across the country are asked to liaise with the nearest public health offices for proper information on the COVID-19 disease,” he adds.

Kenyans will have all reasons to smile and be thankful since there is no single case of Corona disease that has been reported in the Country; so far.


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