-One coronavirus-like case reported.
-KQ is still monitoring the situation
-Kenyan consulate in China advised all local airlines to halt operations to China.
The Kenya Airways has said it will not suspend flights to China over coronavirus.
The airline said they are closely monitoring the situation before taking next steps.
The statement by KQ is seen as direct defiance to the advisory by the Kenyan embassy in China that advised all flights flying to China to halt their operation over the deadly coronavirus.
Kenya’s Ambassador to China Sarah Serem on Tuesday called on the National airline to suspend all flights to China until the coronavirus outbreak is contained.
So far one case of a student who spotted coronavirus-like symptoms is undergoing treatment at the Kenyatta National Hospital(KNH).
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