Uhuru Speaks To Kenya’s Recovered Coronavirus Patient, Brenda

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Monday: President Uhuru Kenyatta held a virtual meeting with two recovered Coronavirus patients from State House, Nairobi.

The two, identified as Brenda and Brian were accompanied by Health CS Mutahi Kagwe and had a live video chat with the head of state from Afya House.

Uhuru praised the first coronavirus patient, Brenda, saying she was brave in coming out and taking herself to the hospital once she became aware of the symptoms.

Uhuru also asked Kenyans to follow the examples of two recovered patients.

“You are special because upon your arrival and you feeling that you were not well… without being pushed, you took it upon yourself realising that you had the risk to harm others and take yourself to Kenyatta National Hospital,”

The head of State said.

“This is a moment of pride… we are proud of you Brenda… you were able to inform us all the people you were in contact with,”

He continued.

“We are celebrating your bravery..you were able to limit your contacts and identify them and trace them…and there is no single death..you are a very wonderful and brave girl..”

“Let us follow Brenda’s example and Brian we can contain this disease. For all of us who are out there, who have these symptoms..let us behave like these people and report symptoms. Let’s stay away… let us bring ourselves forward and be treated because it is treatable, there is no stigma,” he added.


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