CORONAVIRUS: Four Chinese, Kenya taxi driver quarantine at Migori hotel

By MN Reporter

Migori coronavirus team has placed in forced quarantine four Chinese nationals and their Kenyan taxi driver from Sunday night pending test.

Migori County Health CEC Isca Oluoch, said the team had travelled from Nairobi and when the team found they they insisted they were already from a 14 day quarantine.

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Oluoch said the team did not have any document showing they were from quarantine, either self or forced, which will await more tests.

“There are no documents to substantiate their claims hence they were forced to subject them to mandatory quarantine,” she said, as quoted by a local media.

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Speaking at a local radio station, the executive said the four are yet to b confirmed to have Covid19 until tests are brought.