Kipchumba Murkomen Wants To Ban Handshakes, Hugging And Kissing In Kenya To Prevent Coronavirus

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Senate Majority Leader Kipchumba Murkomen has urged the Ministry of Health to ban handshakes, huggings and kissing as a measure to prevent Kenyans from contracting the coronavirus.

Murkomen says, the President receives many visitors at State House, both local and international, and this has exposed him at great risk of contracting the virus in case one of his guests carry it.

He also emphasised that it is at this point a National Security issue and the country should not treat it lightly.

Not only the president, the Deputy President, and other state officers too.

And our schools and those managing public places in Kenya.


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