–Kemri confirms coronavirus test negative after samples were taken to South Africa for a second opinion.
The student isolated at Kenyatta National Hospital with suspected Coronavirus-like symptoms has tested negative Kenya Medical Research Institute (KEMRI) has confirmed.
On Thursday, health Cabinet Secretary Sicily Kariuki said the student’s sample had been taken for testing in South Africa to get a second opinion.
The coronavirus outbreak has caused panic around the world with the World Health Organisation (WHO) declaring it a public health emergency.
The latest declaration from WHO has seen Kenya National carrier Kenya Airways temporarily suspends flights to and from Guangzhou, China.
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